I am a postdoctoral scholar at the New York University, working with Prof. Yevgeniy Dodis in the Cryptography Lab. Before joining NYU, I completed my PhD in the Cryptography and Information Security Research Group at ETH Zürich, Switzerland, under the supervision of Prof. Ueli Maurer. I hold a bachelor's and master's degree in computer science from ETH Zürich.
I am interested in a broad spectrum of the field of cryptography, ranging from the foundational theoretical aspects of cryptography to the design and analysis of practical protocols. In particular, my research interests encompass the following topics:
- The development of sound, rigorous, and modular security notions and frameworks that are tightly linked to the security objectives of real-world problems.
- The design of practical schemes that match the intended security definitions, as well as the respective analysis of existing schemes.
For a complete CV or general inquiries, do not hesitate to contact me.
Generalized Proofs of Knowledge with Fully Dynamic Setup
Overcoming Impossibility Results in Composable Security using Interval-Wise Guarantees
Efficient Ratcheting: Almost-Optimal Guarantees for Secure Messaging
Information-Theoretic Secret-Key Agreement: The Asymptotically Tight Relation Between the Secret-Key Rate and the Channel Quality Ratio
Security Definitions For Hash Functions: Combining UCE and Indifferentiability
An Automatic Encoding from VeriFast Predicates into Implicit Dynamic Frames
A note on the equivalence of IND-CCA & INT-PTXT and IND-CCA & INT-CTXT
Department of Computer Science
New York University
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New York, NY 10012