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.


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)