Basileal Imana

Cohort class of 2023-2024

Basileal Imana


Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University

Basileal Imana is a postdoctoral research associate at Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. His research interests broadly lie in studying privacy and algorithmic fairness properties of real-world systems on the Internet. He focuses on developing novel methods for auditing the fairness of algorithms used to deliver content on social media platforms without introducing new privacy risks to platforms or users.

Imana received his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Southern California. Prior to USC, he received his BSc in 2017, also in CS, from Trinity College Connecticut, where he worked on solving computationally difficult problems using high-performance computing.

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