Information security, computer forensics, and intrusion detection are the scholarly areas of interest for Benjamin Kuperman. The Oberlin associate professor and chair of computer science teaches several courses spanning the introductory sequence to upper-level electives such as computer security.
In addition to mentoring students on their research projects, Kuperman has been a guiding voice for Prestissimo, a student-implemented search engine that combines the information from the Oberlin Schedule of Classes with the Course Catalog. The search engine was inspired by students looking for an efficient way to search by time, level, department, instructor, or course attributes.
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