Anupam Datta

Associate Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
and (by courtesy) Computer Science Department
Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley
PhD 2005, Computer Science, Stanford University

My research goal is to develop science and technology to account for information flows in complex systems, in particular, systems in which security, privacy, and fairness are of central importance. My work has helped develop the research areas of Privacy through Accountability and Compositional Security. Methodologically, my work involves formalizing nuanced concepts (e.g., notions of privacy and transparency) and reasoning that complex programs (e.g., for big data analytics and cryptography) respect these formal properties. I am affiliated with the CMU Security and Privacy Institute, the Principles of Programming group and the Artificial Intelligence group.

Effective July 2018, I have been promoted to Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering with indefinite tenure.

Research Highlights

Selected Recent Talks