Moses Namara is a PhD student in human-centered computing at Clemson University advised by Dr. Bart Knijnenburg in the Humans and Technology Laboratory. His research interests include usable privacy and security, and human factor issues related to the design of privacy-enhancing and social media technologies. Moses has an A.S. and B.S. in Computer Science from Montgomery College (2014) and The University of Maryland (2016) respectively. While completing his B.S., he was mentored by Dr. Michelle Mazurek. He was born and raised in Kampala, Uganda but has spent the last 5 years studying in the United States.

Website:  http://mosesn.people.clemson.edu/.