Daniel Genkin

Associate Professor
Research Areas: 
Theory and practice of system security and cryptography

Dr. Daniel Genkin is an Associate Professor at the School of Cybersecurity and
Privacy at Georgia Tech. Dr, Genkin's research interests are in hardware and system
security, with particular focus on side channel attacks and defenses.

Daniel's work has won the Distinguished Paper Award at IEEE Security and
Privacy 2019, an IEEE Micro Top Pick  in 2019, the Black Hat Pwnie Award in
2014 and 2018, as well as top-3 paper awards in Crypto 2014 and CHES 2014 and
2016. Most recently, Daniel has been part of the team performing the first
analysis of speculative and transient execution, resulting in the discovery of
Spectre, Meltdown and followups. Daniel has a PhD in Computer Science from the
Technion Israel's Institute of Technology.