Adam J. Aviv
Associate Professor of Computer Science
The George Washington University
I am on leave Fall 2022
I am an Associate Professor of Computer Science at the George Washington University. I have broad research interests, primarily in the area of computer security/cybersecurity, privacy, and usable security. Recently, I have been focusing on human factors in mobile authentication and oblivious access in the cloud.
I am the lead for the George Washington University/Usable Security and Privacy Lab (gwusec). If you are interested in joining the lab or collaborating on research, more information can be found there.
Interested in having me as a mentor for your PhD?
Undergrad or masters student at GW interested in research?
Want to meet with me?
Starting in 2022, I am now including both good and bad news.
- Bad News (Aug 2022) One papers early rejected from ACSAC 2022
- Bad News (July 2022) One papers early rejected from IMC 2022
- Good News (May 2022) A new paper accepted to USENIX Security 2022
- Peter Mayer, Collins Munyendo, Michelle L. Mazurek, and Adam J. Aviv. Why Users (Don't) Use Password Managers at a Large Educational Institution. USENIX Security Symposium (Sec'22). Aug, 2022.
- Bad News (May 2022) Two papers rejected from SOUPS 2022
- Bad News (April 2022) NSF Grant Declined (SaTC Frontier)
- Good News (April 2022) A new paper accepted to IEEE Security and Privacy 2022
- Collins Munyendo, Yasemin Acar, and Adam J. Aviv. "Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures:" User Concerns with Mobile Loan Apps in Kenya. Proceedings of the 2022 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy - Oakland’22. May, 2022
- Bad News (April 2022) NSF Grant Declined (SaTC Small)
- Good News (April 2022) New NSF Grant Awarded
- NSF SaTC EDU: Security and Privacy Implications of Remote Proctoring for School Policies and Practices
- With Mich Sherr (Georgetown) and Ryan Watkins
- Good News (Feb 2022) A new paper accepted to USENIX Security 2022
- Collins W. Munyendo, Philipp Markert, Alexandra Nisenoff, Miles Grant, Elena Korkes, Blase Ur, and Adam J. Aviv. "The Same PIN, Just Longer": On the (In)Security of Upgrading PINs from 4 to 6 Digits. USENIX Security Symposium (Sec'22). Aug, 2022.
- 2021 News (click to reveal)
- 2020 News (click to reveal)
- 2019 News (click to reveal)