I frequently provide informal advice to graduate students, regardless of their Princeton affiliation. If you are pursuing a degree in law, public policy, or computer science, and you are considering a research project or career at the intersection of those fields, please reach out. I will try to find time.
Prospective Postdocs and Fellows
Please apply to the Center for Information Technology Policy visitors program and signal an interest in collaborating on research. Your application will reach me.
Prospective Computer Science PhD Advisees
Please apply to the PhD program in the Department of Computer Science and select either the Policy and Law area or the Security and Privacy area. Your application will reach me.
Prospective Computer Science JD/PhD Advisees
Princeton is able to accommodate JD/PhD students in a number of ways. Please reach out if you are considering a combined law and computer science course of graduate study.
Prospective Public Affairs PhD Advisees
Please apply to the PhD program in the School of Public and International Affairs and select either the Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy area or the Security Studies area. Your application will reach me.
Prospective MPA/MPP Advisees
While the MPA and MPP programs at Princeton do not involve a formal faculty advisor, I would be glad to provide research feedback and career advice. Please reach out. If you are not yet an MPA or MPP student at Princeton, please direct any questions to the Graduate Admissions Office at the School of Public and International Affairs.
Prospective Undergraduate Advisees
If you would like to pursue a senior thesis or junior independent work project that spans computer science and public policy, please reach out. If you are not yet a Princeton undergraduate, please direct any questions to the Office of Admissions within the Office of the Dean of the College.