Edo Roth edoroth@cis.upenn.edu

Hello and welcome! I'm a third-year PhD student in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania. My advisor is Andreas Haeberlen.
My research focuses on guarantees of privacy and security, particularly in large-scale distributed systems. In general, I'm motivated to build privacy-enhancing tools that lead to greater freedom of expression, and more broadly to develop technology for social good by providing guarantees of accountability and transparency.

I grew up in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, and completed my bachelor studies in Computer Science at Columbia University.

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News

Research

2019

Honeycrisp: Large-scale Differentially Private Aggregation Without a Trusted Core

Edo Roth, Daniel Noble, Andreas Haeberlen, Brett Hemenway.
SOSP 2019, Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.
[ACM]

Fuzzi: A Three-Level Logic for Differential Privacy

Hengchu Zhang, Edo Roth, Andreas Haeberlen, Benjamin C Pierce, Aaron Roth.
ICFP 2019, Berlin, Germany.
[arXiv]

Privacy-Preserving Threat Discovery with Confirmation Questions

Edo Roth, Sampath Kannan, Andreas Haeberlen.
In Submission.

Tracking populations via CDNs and edge caches

Sebastian Angel, Saeed Abedi, Edo Roth, Alexander Yang, Nofel Yaseen.
In Submission.

Teaching

NETS 212: Scalable and Cloud Computing

Fall 2018, University of Pennsylvania, [Website]

CIS 511: Theory of Computation

Spring 2019, University of Pennsylvania