I am an Assistant Professor at the Kahlert School of Computing. I am interested in several aspects of theoretical and applied cryptography. My current research focuses on privacy-preserving proof systems (e.g., zero-knowledge proofs, SNARKs), advanced digital signatures, secure multi-party computation (e.g., coin-tossing), and non-malleable cryptography.
Previously, I spent 2.5 years as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University working with Vipul Goyal and Elaine Shi. I received my Ph.D. in 2020 from UC Santa Barbara where I was advised by Stefano Tessaro and Huijia (Rachel) Lin.