Aaron Striegel

Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Office
211B Cushing Hall of Engineering
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Phone
+1 574-631-6896
Email
striegel@nd.edu
Website
https://engineering.nd.edu/faculty/aaron-d-striegel/

Professor, Computer Science and Engineering

  • Computer Networking
  • Computer Security
  • Human-Computer Interfacing

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Fact Check-Experts dispute claims that GPS data leads to election fraud by helping cast illegal ballots

However, Aaron Striegel, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, told Reuters that it might be possible to tell if someone is inside the polling place under certain conditions.

New research reveals human tendency to hit the snooze button

If you were late getting out of bed this morning, you’re not alone, according to a study conducted by academics at the University of Notre Dame which has drawn a clearer picture of the human proclivity to click the snooze button.

Hitting the snooze button? You’re far from alone, study shows

A study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame is painting a clearer picture of our tendency to hit the snooze button — and if you delayed getting out of bed this morning, you’re certainly not alone.

Trump’s ‘big lie’ hits cinemas: the film claiming to investigate voter fraud

Aaron Striegel, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, told the Associated Press: “You could use cellular evidence to say this person was in that area, but to say they were at the ballot box, you’re stretching it a lot. There’s always a pretty healthy amount of uncertainty that comes with this.”

FACT FOCUS: Gaping Holes in the Claim of 2K Ballot ‘Mules’

“You could use cellular evidence to say this person was in that area, but to say they were at the ballot box, you’re stretching it a lot,” said Aaron Striegel, a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame. “There’s always a pretty healthy amount of uncertainty that comes with this.”