Barton Miller, a UW–Madison computer sciences professor, serves as chief scientist of the Software Assurance Marketplace. He provides assessment tools, software packages and research leadership to ensure the effectiveness of the continuous software assurance research and testing facility. Miller is the founder of the field of Fuzz random testing – a foundational technique in testing and security areas. He leads one of the major projects worldwide in the area of binary machine code analysis and instrumentation, which distributes the widely used Dyninst toolkit. He also co-developed the widely used first principles vulnerability assessment methodology.