Joseph Bonneau is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at NYU. He is interested in applied cryptography and computer security. His research has included human factors in security engineering, economics, cryptocurrencies and web security. He is a co-author of the textbook "Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies." He holds BS and MS degrees from Stanford University and received his doctorate from Cambridge University under the supervision of Ross Anderson. He has worked at Google and Cryptography Research Inc., been affiliated with Stanford and Princeton as a postdoctoral researcher, and served as a Technology Fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
- Proofs, Consensus, and Decentralizing Society, Fall 2019. Visiting Scientist.