Bennet is on the program committee of NDSS 2001 (Feb, 2001).
Bennet was the program chair of The Third USENIX Workshop on Electronic Commerce. He was also on the program committee of The Second USENIX Workshop on Electronic Commerce, the Fifth ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (proceedings), Financial Cryptography 99, ICDCS 99, and NDSS 2000.
Bennet received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon Univerisity's School of Computer Science, and his B.S. in Mathematics and B.S. in Computer Engineering from Oregon State University. While working on his Ph.D. thesis, he also worked with the Secure Coprocessor group at IBM Research. Bennet's Ph.D. advisor was Doug Tygar. His Erdös number is 4, which is rather high. He also knows his Tarjan number.
To find Bennet at UCSD, you'll need to get to the Applied Physics and Mathematics (AP&M) building in which the CSE department is located. Bennet's office is in AP&M 5141 (5th floor). Directions to AP&M as well as maps in postscript and GIF formats are available. See also the satellite photo based directions and detailed view of AP&M. There's also a map available from the campus web server.
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