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I work on cryptography, computer security, and theoretical computer science. A common theme of my research are theoretical problems motivated by practical applications of cryptography. I am also broadly interested in the design of privacy-preserving systems and cryptographic protocols, and in the foundations of cryptography.
I lead the cryptography group at UW, together with Huijia (Rachel) Lin. I am also a member of the theory group.
My work is partially supported by an NSF CAREER award, NSF grants CNS 1719146 and IIS 1528041, and an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship.