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NDSS Symposium 2004

Organizing Committee

  • Clifford Neuman ( )
    Univeristy of Southern California
    Information Sciences Institute

    General Chair's Message
  • Michael Reiter ( )
    Carnegie Mellon University
  • Dan Boneh ( )
    Stanford University

    Program Chairs' Message
  • Doug Szajda ( )
    University of Richmond
  • Thomas Hutton ( )
    San Diego Supercomputer Center 
  • Phil Porras - SRI International
  • Dan Wallach - Rice University
  • Gene Tsudik - UC Irvine
  • Steve Kent - BBN
  • Marc Dacier- Eurecom
  • Leendert van Doorn - IBM Watson
  • Paul Van Oorschot - Carelton University (Canada)
  • Lee Badger - DARPA
  • William Arbaugh - University of Maryland
  • Giuseppe Ateniese - Johns Hopkins
  • John Ioannidis - AT&T Research
  • Angelos Keromytis - Columbia University
  • Radia Perlman - Sun
  • Dan Simon - Microsoft
  • Diana Smetters - PARC
  • Andrew Myers - Cornell
  • Kevin Fu - MIT
  • Bill Cheswick - Lumeta
  • Eric Rescorla - RTFM
  • Martin Abadi - UC Santa Cruz


  • Co-Chair: Clifford Neuman - USC Information Sciences Institute
  • Co-Chair: Lynn St. Amour - Internet Society
  • Administrative Coordinator: Terry Weigler - Internet Society


  • David Balenson - Network Associates Laboratories
  • Dan Boneh - Stanford University
  • Eric Harder - National Security Agency
  • Thomas Hutton - San Diego Supercomputer Center
  • Stephen Kent - BBN Technologies
  • Carl E. Landwehr - National Science Foundation (on assignment from Mitretek Systems)
  • Doug Maughan - DHS / HSARPA
  • Aviel D. Rubin - Johns Hopkins University
  • Gene Tsudik - University of California, Irvine
  • David Wagner - University of California, Berkeley
  • Stephen R. Welke - Trusted Computer Solutions, Inc.
  • Paul Van Oorschot - Carleton University (Canada)

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