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Frank Wang is a 4th year PhD student at MIT focusing on building secure systems. He is advised by Nickolai Zeldovich and James Mickens. He did his undergraduate at Stanford, focusing on cryptography. He runs the MIT security seminar and is a member of the student team at Roughdraft Ventures, which provides small capital to early stage student startups. He has interned at the security teams at Google and Facebook as well as consulted for various security companies, such as Qualys.
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