Contact Info
Phone
773-702-2323
Office
Crerar 355

Marshini Chetty is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago where she directs the Amyoli Internet Research Laboratory (AIR lab). She specializes in human-computer interaction, usable privacy and security, and ubiquitous computing. Her work has won best paper and honorable mention awards at SOUPS, CHI, and CSCW, and she was a co-recipient of the Annual Privacy Papers for Policymakers award. Her research has been featured in the NYTimes, CNN, Washington Journal, BBC, Chicago Tribune, The Guardian, WIRED, and Slashdot. She has received generous funding from the National Science Foundation, through grants and an NSF CAREER award, as well as the National Security Agency, Facebook, and multiple Google Faculty Research Awards.

Research

Focus Areas: Human-Computer Interaction, Privacy, Security, Ubiquitous Computing, Usable security

Chetty specializes in human-computer interaction, usable privacy and security, and ubiquitous computing. Marshini designs, implements, and evaluates technologies to help users manage different aspects of Internet use from privacy and security to performance, and costs. She often works in resource-constrained settings and uses her work to help inform Internet policy.

Research

Human Computer Interaction

Exploring the interfaces between people and technologies

Security & Privacy

Understanding and defending against emerging threats in our increasingly computational world

Labs & Groups

Amyoli Internet Research (AIR) Lab

Marshini Chetty
Working to make the Internet more trustworthy and inclusive, drawing on human-computer interaction, usable privacy and security, ubiquitous computing, and...

News & Events

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Research Suggests That Privacy and Security Protection Fell To The Wayside During Remote Learning

A qualitative research study conducted by faculty and students at the University of Chicago and University of Maryland revealed key...
Oct 18, 2023
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UChicago CS Researchers Shine at CHI 2023 with 12 Papers and Multiple Awards

Apr 19, 2023
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Computer Science Displays Catch Attention at MSI’s Annual Robot Block Party

Apr 07, 2023
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UChicago and NYU Research Team Finds Edtech Tools Could Pose Privacy Risks For Students

Feb 21, 2023
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The Computing Pipeline: A Foundation for Diversifying Computer Science

Nov 28, 2022
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Trending Now: How Netflix Chills Our Free Will

Nov 14, 2022
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Marshini Chetty (UChicago) – Imagine All The People On A Trustworthy Internet

Sep 28, 2022
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UChicago CS Students Emily Wenger and Xu Zhang Receive Harper Fellowships

Sep 14, 2022
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High School Students in College Prep Program Visit UChicago CS

Aug 23, 2022
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UChicago CS Labs Join Museum of Science & Industry For Robot Block Party

Apr 20, 2022
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New Data & Democracy Research Initiative Launched at University of Chicago

Mar 09, 2022
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UChicago Workshop Highlights Internet Frontiers and Opportunities

Dec 02, 2021
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