Adam O'Neill
Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Georgetown University

St. Mary's Hall, Room 342B
3700 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC 20057

My main research interest is cryptography. I am particularly interested in the foundations of practical cryptographic protocols and in developing cryptographic protocols with novel properties for emerging applications in databases and networking.

I am affiliated with the SecurityLab and the Georgetown Institute for Information Assurance.

Email: adam@cs.georgetown.edu



But there in the last paragraph at the end of the book it said, "Some new ideas are here needed." And so there I was. Some new ideas were needed. OK - so I started to think of some new ideas.
R. Feynman, Take The World From Another Point of View (Transcript)