Adam J. Aviv
Associate Professor of Computer Science
The George Washington University
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.
Spring 2020 Information
- Teaching: CSCI 1311: Discrete Structures I
- New We have a new gwusec lab page!
- New Three new students are joining the research group at GW: David Balash, Nelson Jaimes, and Collins Munyendo. Welcome!
- New I have a new conference article appearing at IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland)
- P. Markert, D. V. Bailey, M. Golla, M. Duermuth, and A. J. Aviv. This PIN Can Be Easily Guessed: Analyzing the Security of Smartphone Unlock PINs. IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy. May 2020.
- You can find a pre-print on the arxiv
- Find our data sets on the project page: https://this-pin-can-be-easily-guessed.github.io/
- Read more about the project from the press coverage.
- New I've been awarded a Google Faculty Research Award for work on in-app authentication usage on Android.
- New USNA undergraduate Tim Forman and myself have an accepted Late Break Work paper accepted at CHI'20. .
- Timothy J. Forman, Adam J. Aviv, and Daniel S. Roche. Twice as Nice? A PreliminaryEvaluation of Double Android Unlock Patterns. To appear in CHI'20 Extended Abstracts.
- I'm hiring I'm looking to admit 2 to 3 Ph.D. students in the next 2 years. Please reach out if you're interested.
- I've been awarded the NSF CAREER award for my work on mobile authentication.
- Big News I started a new position at GW