I am currently a fourth-year computer science PhD student in the Applied Cryptography Group at Stanford University and am advised by Dan Boneh. My primary research interests are in applied cryptography and computer security. Please see my publications, talks, and projects pages to get an overview of the things I have worked on. I currently coordinate the Stanford Security Seminar, so please let me know if you are interested in giving a talk at the seminar.
In Spring, 2017, I am co-teaching a course on the Classics of Cryptography (CS 359C).
In the past, I have also worked with Andrew Ng on deep learning.