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S. S. Hussain

About Me:

Hi! My name is Suha Sabi Hussain and welcome to my site.

I’m a native New Yorker working on problems in machine learning, security, and privacy. Right now:

  1. I’m pursuing a BS in Computer Science (People & Intelligence) at Georgia Tech

  2. I’m conducting research on the privacy of Safe Browsing under Trail of Bits and the Georgia Tech Institute for Information Security & Privacy (IISP)

  3. I’m a robotics software engineer at RoboJackets

  4. I’m contributing to several open-source projects, including CoronaTracker and OpenMined

My other hobbies and interests include public policy, editing Wikipedia, comedy, food, film, traveling, microelectronics, linguistics, STS, and speculative fiction.

My resume can be found here. My Twitter can be found here. My email is suhashussain1 ‘at’ gmail ‘dot’ com.



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High School Activities

I graduated from Queens High School for the Sciences, a specialized STEM high school in NYC, in June 2019. There, I was the Chief Trainer (Head TA) for QHSS Math Research, the CTO of STEMinism, the founder and captain of the robotics team, the founder and captain of Team Cyber and the Da Vinci Experiment, and a member of Urban Sketchers.

High School Awards

NY State Senate Youth Leadership Recognition. Principal's Honor Roll/List. GW Award for Excellence in STEM. Silver Medal for Excellence in English. UFT Certificate of Merit for CS Applications. Math Research Award. Awards for AP Statistics, US, and World History. ED Certificate for Excellence in Reading. Joseph E. Collins Scholarship.

Favorite Films

The Prestige. Snowpiercer. The Imitation Game. Parasite.

Favorite Books

Snow Crash. The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood. The Crying of Lot 49. Ender’s Game.

Favorite Shows

Saturday Night Live. One Day at a Time.


If you can, I would recommend donating to NYC Makers vs. COVID, the Life You Can Save (GiveDirectly, D-Rev, Evidence Action), the Intercept, the Society for Science and the Public (or your local ISEF-affiliated fair), the Courage to Change PAC (affiliated with AOC), Wikipedia, or the Tor project.