My name is Henry (Hank) Carter,
I am an assistant professor in
the Department of Computing Sciences at Villanova University.
My research interests are in applied cryptography in mobile computing. Specifically, I am interested
in providing provably secure privacy solutions to mobile phone users.
I completed my PhD and MS in Computer Science at the Georgia Institute of Technology
in 2015 and 2012, respectively, and my undergraduate degree in 2010 at Belmont
University. To read more, see my "Research" page.
Update: I am no longer with the faculty at Villanova. I am grateful for my time at the university and the people there that supported me in my early career, and I am looking forward to pursuing new opportunities in industry.