Bio. I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. I received my PhD in computer science/cryptography from the Univ of Maryland in August 2017, advised by Jonathan Katz. [Past: HRL Laboratories and Univ of Arkansas.]
My Research Interests:
- Cryptographic Program Obfuscation from Standard Assumptions
- Practical Efficiency of Lattice-Based Cryptography
- Computational Hardness of Finding Nash Equilibria
A popular, "unrelated" CSTheory question from my early (2011) work:
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