Paul Pearce. Berkeley CS Person.



Paul Pearce

pearce@cs.berkeley.edu

Computer Security PhD Student

719 Soda Hall, UC Berkeley, 94720-1776

About Me

I am a PhD student interested in botnets, E-Crime, and advertising fraud. My advisor is Vern Paxson. My previous research focused on Mobile Security, and before that the ParLab Tessellation and Akaros (formerly ROS) manycore operating systems. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Fall 2009.

Here is my CV.

Publications

Teaching

Distinctions

Life

I am an avid Cal Football fanatic. I've bowled since I was 9, and carry an average in the 180s (high game is 289, darn 10 pin). While an undergraduate I initiated at the Mu Chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, the national EECS honor society. I am a proud product of the California Community College system, having attended both Chaffey and Mount San Antonio colleges.
New! I'm now really into biking and aquariums.
PowerPoint source to my slides are available upon request.