Dan Wallach (Ph.D. ’99, Princeton) is a Professor of Computer Science at Rice University.
He is a professor in the systems group and manages Rice’s computer security lab. His research interests include mobile code, wireless and smartphone security, and the security of electronic voting systems. He has testified on various aspects of election security in the Texas Senate and the United States Congress and writes about election security for various publications, such as his March 2019 article in the Austin-American Statesman.
In addition to his role in the CS 35th Anniversary, he is presenting a lecture about Election Security in a pre-Homecoming event on Thursday evening, October 31, 2019.