Jeremy Clark wins doctoral alumni gold medal

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Jeremy Clark of the Cheriton School of Computer Science will be in attendance at fall convocation to receive the Doctoral Alumni Gold medal for outstanding academic achievement. "Jeremy's research record, which is both diverse and of very high quality, is astonishing for someone just completing a Ph.D," wrote the School's Director, David Taylor. Professor Urs Hengartner, who supervised Jeremy's work, described him as an enthusiastic researcher with a broad set of interests, covering such diverse topics as cryptography, usability, computational finance, and game theory. Jeremy's work in the area of verifiable voting systems, noted Professor Hengartner, is "highly technical and mathematically sophisticated, but always keeps deployability and the human user in mind. His survey of the related work will likely become a must-read for researchers who want to familiarize themselves with the area."

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