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Hello, I am Jonathan E. Hochman, MSc in Computer Science. I am a PhD student and Teaching Fellow at Yale University in the Depertment of Computer Science. My advisor is Michael J. Fischer. I'm currently working on the FTS3 optimizer software [1] which manages global data transfers for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and the W. M. Keck Observatory. I'm also working on a data security project related to medical research databases. In addition, I'm working on a novel cryptology methods, and I assist in teaching Sensitive Information in a Connected World (CPSC 457) and Computing Then and Now (CPSC 414).

On Wikipedia people often call me Jehochman, or Jeh, but feel free to use my real name.

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