A. Pinar Ozisik

Ph.D. Candidate
College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst


I am a Ph.D. student at UMass Amherst, where I work with Brian Levine at the UMass Amherst Center for Forensics. I am mainly interested in data mining, machine learning and privacy related problems arising in Bitcoin. Here is a copy of my CV.


Nov. 2017 Check out the discussion about our new block propagation protocol, Graphene.
Jan. 2017 You can find our tutorial explaining the derivation of Nakamato's double-spend attack here.
June 2016 I'm off to New Mexico to attend the Complex Systems Summer School in the Santa Fe Institute!
May 2016 I passed the qualifying exam and now am a Ph.D. Candidate!
May 2015 I'm going to intern at a defense company, Systems and Technology Research, as part of the Analysis and Decision Systems team.


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Last modified: 11/15/2017