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Levin, David

Levin, David

Assistant Professor
Computer Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering
IRB 5222

Dave received his PhD from UMD.  Before returning as a professor, he was a researcher at Hewlett Packard Labs in Palo Alto, CA.  Dave's research interests include securing the web's public key infrastructure and defending against nation-state censorship.


  • PhD, Computer Science, University of Maryland, 2012
  • BS, Computer Science, University of Maryland, 2002
  • BS, Mathematics, University of Maryland, 2002

Maryland Cybersecurity Center Kicks Off Second Year of Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

The fellowship offers an opportunity to work closely with faculty and graduate students in the center.

MC2 Faculty, Students Have Four Papers Accepted to the IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy

Researchers will present on cybersecurity, usability, advanced cryptography, network security and more

ECE Celebrates 12th Annual Maryland Day

More than 55,000 visitors attended Maryland Day despite the threat of rain.

ECE Celebrates 11th Annual Maryland Day

Over 75,000 attended University's largest event of the year.

ECE Students & Faculty Win $50K Business Plan Competition

ECE students and faculty competed on winning teams in all three categories of the UMD competition.

Levine to Speak at Memorial Conference for W.P. Dayawansa

'Emerging Frontiers in Control Theory Research' honors the late former ECE professor.

$50K Business Plan Competition Semifinalists Announced

The 16 semifinalist teams include university faculty, students, and young alumni.