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Nickolai Zeldovich

Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT

About Me

His research interests are in building practical secure systems, from operating systems and hardware to programming languages and security analysis tools. He received his PhD from Stanford University in 2008, where he developed HiStar, an operating system designed to minimize the amount of trusted code by controlling information flow. In 2005, he co-founded MokaFive, a company focused on improving desktop management and mobility using x86 virtualization.
Among several awards, Zeldovich received the MIT EECS Spira teaching award in 2013, a Sloan fellowship in 2010, and an NSF CAREER award in 2011.

他的研究方向是建设实用的安全系统,从操作系统和硬件到编程语言和安全分析工具。 他在2008年获得斯坦福大学博士学位,他在那里开发HiStar,HiStar是一个通过控制信息流,来尽量减少受信任的代码数量操作系统。 2005年,他参与创办MokaFive,一家专注于改善桌面管理和使用x86虚拟技术移动性的公司。


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