Max Schuchard I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee. I received my PhD from the University of Minnesota in June of 2016.

My research is in areas of routing security, privacy, censorship circumvention, and cryptocurrencies. Currently I'm working on projects involving the stability of systems of BGP routers, the anonymity provided by Bitcoin tumblers, the economics of routing, examining properties of Tor, and how to shrink the size of the BGP default free routing table. I am also interested in embedded system security, the security of cyber-physical systems, and measuring various properties of the BGP infrastructure and the Bitcoin community. A list of my publications is available from DBLP and Google Scholar.