Database research with an emphasis on privacy and security; database theory; semi-structured data.
Professor Miklau's research interests are in the area of Database research with an emphasis on security; database theory; semi-structured data. The objective of his research is to enable secure and trustworthy data management in both conventional database systems and distributed environments like the World Wide Web. His work focuses on classical security concerns such as confidentiality, privacy, and integrity of data.
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Washington, 2005. Professor Miklau joined the College of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of Massachusetts as an Assistant Professor in 2005.
Professor Miklau received the 2005 University of Washington William Chan Memorial Dissertation Award, 2006 ACM SIGMOD Dissertation Award, and a 2007 NSF CAREER Award.