Dipayan Ghosh

Dipayan is presently a technology policy advisor at the White House, where he works on a range of policy issues including spectrum innovation, Internet and cyber policy, consumer privacy and protection, and educational technology. Concurrently he is a postdoctoral scholar at Berkeley’s School of Information, and fellow at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. Prior to government, he worked in engineering and strategy at IBM and Reuters. Dipayan received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from Cornell University, focusing on technical assurance of privacy in cyber infrastructures, and his undergraduate in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut.