I am an associate professor at the department of computer science at Northeastern University. I am affiliated with the theory and security groups.
    My main research area is cryptography. Some of the topics I work on are:
    Securely outsourcing data and computation to the cloud
    Cryptosystems that resist leakage and tampering attacks
    Foundations of cryptography
    I am also interested in computer security, algorithms, complexity theory, coding theory and information theory.
    Prior to joining Northeastern, I was a Josef Raviv Memorial Postdoctoral Fellow at IBM Research T.J. Watson.

    I got my PhD in Computer Science at New York University (NYU) in 2011. I was very fortunate to have Yevgeniy Dodis as my advisor.
    I got my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Master's degree in Computer Science at Stanford University in 2005.