Steven Hill

I am a 2nd year PhD student at UC San Diego working under CESR. My research focuses on machine learning and its applications to networks and security.

Within the area of artificial intelligence, I am a huge fan of latent variable models and biologically inspired computing.

I have the honor of being advised by Lawrence Saul, as well as co-advised by Geoffrey Voelker and Stefan Savage.

Recent News

Our work on text redaction has been accepted to PETS 2016!


University of California, San Diego

Ph.D. Student in Computer Science & Engineering

2013 - 2014, 2015 - present

University of Maryland, College Park

B.S. in Computer Science & Mathematics

2009 - 2013


On the (In)effectiveness of Mosaicing and Blurring as Tools for Document Redaction

S. Hill, Z. Zhou, L. Saul, H. Shacham — To appear in PETS 2016

An Iterative MapReduce Approach to Frequent Subgraph Mining

S. Hill, B. Srichandan, R. Sunderraman — ACM-BCB 2010


CMSC216: Introduction to Computer Systems

Teaching Assistant

Fall 2012

Honors and Awards

Jacobs Fellowship

2013 - 2017

Graduated Cum Laude from UMD


Tony and Diana Chen CS Scholarship

2012 - 2013

John D. Gannon Scholarship

2011 - 2012


I like to draw, play video games, and listen to music.

My brother is currently a postdoc at University of Washington.

Last Updated May 24th, 2016