A. Pinar Ozisik

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


I am a fifth-year 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.

Conference and Workshop Papers

  • Sybil-Resistant Mixing for Bitcoin.
    George Bissias, A. Pinar Ozisik, Brian N. Levine, and Marc Liberatore. In Proc. ACM Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society, November 2014.
  • Detecting Stumbles with a Single Accelerometer.
    Nabil Hajj Chehade, A. Pinar Ozisik, James Gomez, Fabio Ramos, and Gregory J. Pottie. In International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, August 2012.
  • The Effects of Finite Populations and Selection on the Emergence of Signaling.
    Kyle I. Harrington, A. Pinar Ozisik, and Jordan Pollack. In Proceedings of Artificial Life XIII, July 2012.
  • The Effect of Tags on the Evolution of Honest Signaling.
    A. Pinar Ozisik and Kyle I. Harrington. In Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion, July 2012.