Grants

External Sources

  • Sloan Foundation, $333,090.00, PI, 'The Economic Impact of Privacy Enhancing Technologies', 2015-2018
  • National Science Foundation, $595,197, PI, 'SBE: Medium: Collaborative: Understanding and Exploiting Visceral Roots of Privacy and Security Concerns', With Jeff Hancock, 2015-2018
  • DARPA, $4.5M, Co-PI, 'Personalized Privacy Assistants for the Internet of Things and Big Data', With Norman Sadeh (PI), Lorrie Cranor, Lujo Bauer, and Anupam Datta, 2015-2018
  • Google Research Award, PI, 'Developing a new framework and tool for diagnosing privacy personas', With Eyal Peer, 2015-2016
  • National Science Foundation, $620K, PI, 'IBSS: Visceral targeting: Using personalized face composites for implicit persuasion and targeted marketing', 2013-2019
  • National Science Foundation, $3.75M, Co-PI, 'TWC SBE: OPTION: FRONTIER: COLLABORATIVE: Towards effective web privacy notice and choice: a multi-disciplinary perspective', With Norman Sadeh (PI), Lorrie Cranor, Travis Breaux, Noah Smith, Joel R. Reidenberg, and Aleecia McDonald, 2013-2019
  • National Science Foundation, $380K, PI, 'TWC SBES: Medium: Collaborative: Evolutionary Approaches to Privacy and Information Security', With Jeff Hancock, 2013-2018
  • NSA/CMU Science of Security Lablet, $1.9M, Co-PI, 'USE User Security Behavior', With Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Cranor, and Rahul Telang, 2012-2017
  • US Department of Homeland Security s Cyber Security Research and Development Broad Agency Announcement, $3M, Co-PI, 'Understanding and Disrupting the Economics of Cybercrime', With Nicolas Christin (PI), Ross Anderson, and Tyler Moore, 2012-2015
  • National Science Foundation, $2.2M, Co-PI, 'Census Research Node: Data Integration, Online Data Collection, and Privacy Protection for Census 2020', With William Eddy (PI), Stephen Fienberg (PI), Joseph B. Kadane, Rebecca Nugent, 2011-2016
  • Rose Foundation Google Buzz Settlement s Privacy Grants, Selected by Settlement Plaintiffs, Defendant, and Judge, $350K, PI, 'Privacy and Behavior', With Lorrie Cranor, 2011
  • National Science Foundation, $2.7M, PI, 'Nudging Users Towards Privacy', With Lorrie Cranor and Norman Sadeh, 2010-2015
  • Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, $100K, Co-PI, 'Usability Analysis of Digital Forensic', With Lorrie Cranor (PI), Nicolas Christin, and Rahul Telang, 2010
  • I3P privacy project, $175K, Co-PI, 'Aligning Empirically Validated Privacy Perceptions and Behaviors with a Dynamic Privacy Policy Landscape', With Travis Breaux (PI) and Rahul Telang, 2010-2012
  • National Science Foundation s Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST), $85K, PI, 'Privacy Concerns and Information Disclosure: An Illusion of Control Hypothesis [continuation]', 2010
  • SBO Support Channel (Strategic Basic Research, IWT-Flanders), $320,000, Co-PI, 'SPION: Security and Privacy for Online Social Networks', With Bart Preneel (PI) et al, 2010-2013
  • Google Focused Research Award, $400K, Co-PI, 'Privacy Nudges', With Lorrie Cranor (PI) and Norman Sadeh, 2010
  • National Science Foundation s Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST), $65K, PI, 'Privacy Concerns and Information Disclosure: An Illusion of Control Hypothesis', 2009
  • National Science Foundation, $3.2M, Core Faculty Member, 'IGERT: Usable Privacy and Security', PI: Lorrie Cranor, 2009-2014
  • Microsoft Corporation, $60K, Co-PI, 'Beyond Search: Semantic Computing and Internet Economics', PI: Lorrie Cranor, 2008
  • National Science Foundation IIS, $387K, PI, 'Evaluating and Enhancing Privacy and Information Sharing in Online Social Networks', 2007-2010
  • National Aeronautics & Space Administration unsolicited BlueSky proposal, $9K, Study Resource Team Member, 'Composing the Right Mix of Humans & Technology for Lunar Surface Exploration', PI: Dr. Kenneth M. Ford (Institute for Human & Machine Cognition), 2006-2007
  • NET Institute Summer Grant, $3M, Co-PI, 'What is It To You? A Survey of Online Privacy Concerns and Risks', With: Janice Tsai, Christina Fong, and Lorrie Cranor (PI), 2006
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab and Humboldt Foundation Transcoop Award, $36K, PI, 'Attention Economics in Information-rich Environments', Co-PI: Prof. Sarah Spiekermann (Humboldt University, Berlin), 2005-2008
  • National Science Foundation Cyber Trust, $1.6M, Co-PI, 'Preventing Semantic Attacks', With Sven Dietrich, Julie Downs, Jason Hong, Norman Sadeh, and Lorrie Cranor (PI), 2005-2008
  • National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Human & Robotic Technology Broad Agency Announcement 04-02 Award, $14M, Team Leader, 'End-to-end Mission Modeling and Simulation Environment', PI: Dr. Maarten Sierhuis, 2005-2006

Internal Sources

  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab. Seed Funding, Seed Funding, $28,000, PI, 'The Impact of Online Social Networks on Firms' Hiring Practices', 2010
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, Seed Funding, $28,000, PI, 'The Evolutionary Roots of Privacy and Security Concerns', 2010
  • CMU-Portugal ICTI, Co-PI, 'Weaving Together Technology Innovation with Human and Policy Considerations', PI: Norman Sadeh, 2008
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, $185,000, Co-PI, 'Privacy Decision Making', PI: Lorrie Cranor, 2008-2009
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, Seed Funding, $28,000, PI, 'Personal Information Revelation in Online Social Networks: Cross-cultural Effects', 2007
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, Seed Funding, $31,500, PI, 'Personal Information Security and Online Social Networks', 2006
  • Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, $204,000, Co-PI, 'Supporting Trust Decisions', PI: Dr. Lorrie Cranor, 2005-2008
  • Carnegie Mellon University Berkman Faculty Development Award, $9,000, PI, 'Understanding the Dichotomy: An Experimental Approach to Privacy Attitudes and Behavior', 2003-2004
  • UC Berkeley, School of Information Management and Systems, Dean's Mellon Fellowship for Information Economics, with Dean Hal Varian, 2002
  • UC Berkeley, School of Information Management and Systems, Dean's Mellon Fellowship for Information Economics, with Dean Hal Varian, 1999
  • Trinity College Foundation HPC Fellowship, with Dr. Patrick Waldron, 1998
  • TACIS-ACE Scholarship, with Prof. Hartmut Lehmann, 1997