I am a first year Computer Science PhD student at Johns Hopkins, where I work in the ARC Security Group under Matthew Green.
Although I am interested in privacy preserving technologies and reverse engineering, my main interests lie in cryptography. Specifically, I am interested in the provable security of new constructions and cryptographic schemes
and in analyzing the deployment of critical cryptographic software/hardware systems. Ultimately, I am passionate about utilizing
current advances within cryptography to make the Internet more secure for everyday users.
In the past, I was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan where I studied Computer Science and Mathematics.