Shubham Singh

(he/him) CS Ph.D. Student at UIC.

1300 SEO

851 S. Morgan St.,

Chicago, Illinois 60607

I am a Ph.D. student with the Department of Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I’m advised by Chris Kanich, and my research focuses on the areas of Security and Privacy, Algorithmic Fairness, and Computational Social Science.

In the past, I worked at Precog Research Lab as a Research Associate, where I was advised by Ponnurangam Kumaraguru “PK” and Arun Balaji Buduru. My industrial experience includes working as a Full Stack Developer at an Amazon Pay-acquired startup and a software developer intern at MobiKwik. I received my undergraduate degree from IIIT-Delhi in Computer Science.


Apr 23, 2021 I passed my Ph.D. qualifier exam! As a part of the written critique and presentation, I wrote a report titled “Fighting the Fair Fight: An Overview of the Black-Box Fairness Auditing Techniques”.
Jan 1, 2021 I am one of the Graduate Teaching Assistants for the Spring 2021 offering of CS 361: Computer Systems Programming.
Dec 8, 2020 Our paper titled “Helping Users Automatically Find and Manage Sensitive, Expendable Files in Cloud Storage” has been accepted at the 30th USENIX Security Symposium. The camera-ready version of the paper is available at the link.

selected publications

    Helping Users Automatically Find and Manage Sensitive, Expendable Files in Cloud Storage
    Khan, Mohammad Taha, Tran, Christopher, Singh, Shubham, Vasilkov, Dimitri, Kanich, Chris, Ur, Blase, and Zheleva, Elena
    In 30th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 21) 2021