Dusko is helping us understand how the monoidal computer, a theoretical concept he created and that is of the utmost interest for the Statebox project, can be used to mathematically design the execution of our core infrastructure.

Name: Dusko Pavlovic
Education: PhD Math, McGill University
Expertise: Computer security, protocols, category theory, graphical languages
Location: Honolulu, United States
Publications: DBLP Arxiv

Dusko is the founder of the Adaptive Security and ECOnomics LAB (ASECOLAB) at University of Hawaii. His research focuses on computer security and protocols, and is heavily based on diagrammatic calculi and category theory.