I am a Research Scientist in the Security Group at Google.
I am a computer scientist broadly interested in cryptography and security.
I graduated in June 2014 with a Ph.D. from the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University. My Ph.D. advisor was Prof. Dan Boneh. My research focused on modeling and building secure deterministic and searchable encryption schemes. I also worked on building lattice-based cryptographic primitives, among other topics in cryptography.
I spent the summer of 2013 with Dirk Balfanz and the security engineering team doing research on the Security Key at Google. I spent the summer of 2012 at Microsoft Research (Silicon Valley) working with Gil Segev and Ilya Mironov.
Improved Constructions of PRFs Secure Against
Related-Key Attacks, ACNS 2014
Subspace-Membership Encryption and Its
Applications, ASIACRYPT 2013
Encryption for Lock-Dependent Messages,
Public-Key Encryption for Adaptively Chosen
Plaintext Distributions, EUROCRYPT
Pseudorandom Functions with Improved Efficiency from
the Augmented Cascade, CCS 2010