Thomas Steinke

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Names

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Thomas Steinke (Preferred)

Emails

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****@gmail.com
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****@thomas-steinke.net
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****@google.com
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****@seas.harvard.edu

Education & Career History

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Research Scientist
Google (google.com)
2020Present
 
Research Staff Member
International Business Machines (ibm.com)
20162020
 
PhD student
Harvard University (harvard.edu)
20102016
 
Undergrad student
University of Canterbury (canterbury.ac.nz)
20072010
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Vikrant Singhal
****@northeastern.edu
20202021
 
Coauthor
Lydia Zakynthinou
****@northeastern.edu
20192021
 
Coauthor
Zhiwei Steven Wu
****@cmu.edu
20192021
 
Coauthor
Gautam Kamath
****@csail.mit.edu
20192021
 
Coauthor
Clement Canonne
****@sydney.edu.au
20192021
 
Coauthor
Jonathan Ullman
****@ccs.neu.edu
20142021
 
Coauthor
Mark Bun
****@bu.edu
20142021
 
PhD Advisor
Salil Vadhan
****@harvard.edu
20102016
 

Expertise

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Concentrated Differential Privacy
Present
 
Differential Privacy
20142021
 
Generalization and Information Theory
20142021
 
Privacy Attacks
20142021
 
Membership Inference
20142021
 
Privacy-preserving data analysis
20142021
 
Pseudorandomness
20112014