I recently earned my Phd from the University of Washington in Computer Science & Engineering. During my PhD, I worked with Tadayoshi Kohno in the Security & Privacy Research Lab. I'm broadly interested in security and privacy, but I am particularly drawn to projects that seek to understand users' security and privacy expectations and how those expectations may be violated even when systems work as anticipated (e.g., are not compromised by malicious actors).
For more, see my CV.
Camille Cobb. User-to-User Privacy in Social and Communications Applications. Doctoral Dissertation. pdf
Camille Cobb, Samuel Sudar, Nicholas Reiter, Richard Anderson, Franziska Roesner, Tadayoshi Kohno. Computer Security for Data Collection Technologies. ICTD 2016, Ann Arbor, MI, June 2016. pdf
Camille Cobb, Ted McCarthy, Annuska Perkins, Ankitha Bharadwaj, Jared Comis, Brian Do, Kate Starbird. Designing for the deluge: understanding & supporting the distributed, collaborative work of crisis volunteers. CSCW 2014, Baltimore, MD, February 2014. pdf
Full list of publications on Google Scholar.
My research has been discussed in several articles (if you hear of others, please let me know):
Motivated undergrads who are would like to learn more about getting involved in research should send me an email.
I've worked with many excellent undergrad and masters students at UW. Most recently, I have worked with students in CSE:
Early in my PhD, I led an HCDE Directed Research Group with undergrad and masters students from HCDE and CSE rotating in and out of the team over several quarters:
I have also mentored high school students in computer science competitions.