I am an associate professor of EECS at Florida Atlantic University. My main research areas is cryptography. My specific expertise is on the following topics:
- Lattice-based Cryptography
- Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE), theory and applications to private ML and data analytics
- Post-quantum cryptography for advanced crypto designs, including functional encryption, attribute-based encryption, advanced signatures, efficient ZK proofs
- Multiparty computation
- Leakage and tamper resilient cryptography
Please see my CV and research page for further information. My research has been supported by NSF CRII award, NSF Career award, and a CARE fund.
Prior to FAU, I was a postdoc of Maryland Cybersecurity Center at the University of Maryland, under the supervision of Profs. Jon Katz, Elaine Shi, and Dana Dachman-Soled.
I obtained my PHD at Brown University in 2013. I was fortunate to have Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya as my advisor.