Burton Rosenberg

Assoc. Professor
Director of Technology
Member CCS

Phone:
(305) 284-2141
Locator Code:
4250
 
About
Home Page: http://www.cs.miami.edu/~burt/
Career

Education

1991Doctor of Philosophy Computer Science, Princeton University
1988 Computer Science, Princeton University
1986M.S. Computer Science, Columbia University
1980B.S. Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professional Experience

2000 - Associate Professor, University of Miami
1992 - 1998Assistant Professor, University of Miami
1991 - 1992Visiting Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College
1998 - 2000Senior Software Engineer, Citrix Systems, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
1990 - Visiting Researcher, Paris Research Laboratory, Digital Equipment Corporation, Paris, France
1987 - Visiting Researcher, Bell Communications Research, Morristown, New Jersey
1984 - 1986Software Engineer, Medical Laboratory Automation, Pleasantville, New York
1982 - 1984Consulting engineer, Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France
1982 - Consulting Engineer, Acoustic Research, Norwood, Massachusetts

Honors & Acknowledgements

US Patent US2008046493 (A1) “Method and System for Data Security”
Publication date 2009-06-25
US Patent US2009161870 (A1) “Method for Keyless Protection of Data Using a Local Arrray of Disks”
Publication date 2009-06-25
Method and System for Data Security, US Provisional Patent 60/838,220
Invention Recognition Program Award, for UM07-04, Method and System for Data Security, US Provisional Patent 60/838,220
Certificate of Appreciation, The School of Continuing Studies, Unversity of Miami
In recoginition of teaching in the Off-Campus Degree Program at IBM, Boca Raton, 23 March 1993.

Memberships

International Financial Cryptography Association (IFCA)

Elected member of the board and secretary.

2006—present.

Financial Cryptography 07
Sponsorship chair
Research

Research Projects

Amazon Web Services in Education Teaching Grant. for cloud computing in teaching
10 August 2011
Amazon Web Services in Education Teaching Grant. for cloud computing in teaching
25 August 2010
Amazon Web Services in Education Teaching Grant. $1,600 for cloud computing in teaching
25 August 2009
IBM Boca Raton, contract PSP950359: Microkernel Research Agreement, $150,00 software grant
August 1995 - May 1997. PI

Publications

Robert Chen, Burton Rosenberg "How to Lose with Least Probability" 9 (December 2011). [Link]


Robert Chen, Alan Zame and Burton Rosenberg "On the first occurrence of strings" The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 16 (1) (2009).


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