Elizabeth (Eli) Margolin
I'm a third yeah PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania. I am broadly interested in adapting traditional security frameworks and tooling for E2EE Messaging, and more specifically in zero knowledge proofs for security vulnerabilities and malware. I am advised by Sebastian Angel.
During my Master's at Duke University I did research with Ashwin Machanavajjhala on the impact of the US Census' use of Differential Privacy on the Voting Rights Act. I also worked with Charles Becker on the impact of varying conflict types during the 1992-1995 Bosnian War on long term economic development. I completed my Bachelor's at Stanford.
I was previously a Security Engineer with Meta for 2 years, working in Incident Detection and Response.
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- Arboretum: A Planner for Massive-Scale Federated Analytics with Differential Privacy
- Elizabeth Margolin*, Karan Newatia*, Edo Roth, Tao Luo, Andreas Haeberlen
- *Joint first authors
- SOSP 2023
- Marking Territory: Modeling the Spread of Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1992-1995 [SSRN]
- Charles Becker, Peter Devine, Harun Dogo, Elizabeth Margolin