Robert Morris is a partner at Y Combinator.
He also works as an associate professor of computer science at MIT, where he was a member of the PDOS group. He has published extensively on wireless networks, distributed operating systems, and peer-to-peer applications. In 1988 his discovery of buffer overflow first brought the Internet to the attention of the general public.
He has an BS and PhD in Computer Science from Harvard.
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