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Michael de Mare

Hoboken, New Jersey, United States


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Michael de Mare (rhymes with star) was born in Brooklyn, New York,
in 1969. His early instruction took place at prep schools in New
Jersey, until he was 14 years old, when he began attending public
school after moving to his grandmother's dairy farm in rural
upstate New York in 1984. His undergraduate and postgraduate
training well prepared him for a career in cryptology. He earned a
Bachelor of Science degree from Clarkson University, in Computer
Science, and a Master of Science from State University of New York
Institute of Technology, in Computer Science. In terms of his
professional experience, he has worked in systems analysis and
software engineering at several firms: Giordano Automation, Ikos
Systems, Technoproductions, and LSI Logic -- winning an Engineering
Excellence Award at LSI Logic. He is well-known for his work in
cryptography, and is credited with several publications, including
Efficient Broadcast Timestamping, One-Way Accumulators: A
Decentralized Approach to Digital Signatures, Secure Set Membership
Using 3SAT, and his master's thesis, An Analysis of Certain
Cryptosystems and Related Mathematics. Currently unmarried, he is a
doctoral candidate in Computer Science at Stevens Institute of

Interests: Cryptography, Computer Science

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No


Published works:


  • One-Way Accumulators: A Decentralized Approach to Digital Signatures
  • Secure Set Membership Using 3SAT
  • Confessions of a Recovering Preppie