Department of Computer Science
Building & Room:
851 S. Morgan St, MC 152, Chicago, IL, 60607
- I am a proud BRAID Department Head.
- You should study Computer Science, and I wrote about it. Download and read Robert H. Sloan, "Why Computer Science?" (in a collection, written just before enrollments went from high to extraordinarily high).
- Richard Warner's and my new book book! First publication below.
- Computer security, especially privacy, legal, and policy issues.
- Computer Science Education.
- Application of computer science theory and algorithms to problems from artificial intelligence. Proud member of the UIC theory group.
Robert H. Sloan and Richard Warner. Why Don’t We Defend Better? Data Breaches, Risk Management, and Public Policy. CRC Press, 2019.
T. Berger-Wolf, B. Igic, C. Taylor, R. H. Sloan, and R. Poretsky. “A Biology-themed Introductory CS Course at a Large, Diverse Public University”. In: Proc. 49th ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. 2018, pp. 233–238.
R. H. Sloan, C. Taylor, and R. Warner. “Initial Experiences with a CS + Law Introduction to Computer Science (CS 1)”. In: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education. ITiCSE ’17. 2017, pp. 40–45.
R. H. Sloan and R. Warner. “When Is an Algorithm Transparent?: Predictive Analytics, Privacy, and Public Policy”. IEEE Security & Privacy 16.3 (2018), pp. 18–25.
S. Ohlsson, R. H. Sloan, G. Turán, and A. Urasky. “Measuring an artificial intelligence system’s performance on a Verbal IQ test for young children”. Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence 29.4 (2017), pp. 679–693.
Robert H. Sloan and Richard Warner. “Beyond notice and choice: Privacy, norms, and consent”. Suffolk University Journal of High Technology, 14(2):370–412, 2014.
Robert H. Sloan and Richard Warner. Unauthorized Access: The Crisis in Online Privacy and Security. CRC Press, 2013.
Richard Warner and Robert H Sloan. “Behavioral advertising: From one-sided chicken to informational norms”. Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law, 15, 2012.
Jon A. Solworth and Robert H. Sloan, Layered Design of Discretionary Access Controls with Decidable Safety Properties”. Proc. 2004 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, pages 5–67, May 2004.
Thomas S. Messerges, Ezzy A. Dabbish and Robert H. Sloan, “Examining Smart-Card Security under the Threat of Power Analysis Attacks”. IEEE Transactions on Computers, 51:541–552, May 2002.
Ph.D. 1989, S.M. 1986 Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
B.S. Mathematics, Yale University, 1983.