Congratulations to the CPI 2022 scholarship winner!

Tuesday, August 9, 2022
by E. George McCutcheon

Congratulations to Bailey Kacsmar, the recipient of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Excellence Graduate Scholarship, which is worth $10,000 CAD for one academic year.

This award is given to graduate students who:

  • are supervised or co-supervised by a faculty member affiliated with CPI 
  • exhibit academic excellence in some areas of cybersecurity and privacy
  • conduct research in the cybersecurity or privacy realm

Want to know more about CPI Excellence Graduate Scholarships? Check out our scholarship page! 

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My research interests are broadly in the development and evaluation of technical privacy solutions; including the use of privacy mechanisms for data analysis. I aim to develop user conscious privacy technology through the parallel study of technical solutions for private computation (including private machine learning) alongside the corresponding user perceptions, concerns, and comprehension of these developments.

I am a PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo. I am supervised by Florian Kerschbaum and I am a member of the Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) lab. I received a Masters of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo. My masters thesis was on combinatorial cryptography, supervised by Doug Stinson.

 
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