I am currently a postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern University and Boston University, working with Daniel Wichs
and Ran Canetti
and am fortunately funded by a Khoury College Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship
My research primarily focuses on the theoretical foundations of cryptography.
In particular, I'm interested in cryptographic proof systems and their applications
in the decentralized setting of blockchains.
I've also been interested in non-uniform models of security and differential privacy.
In May 2023, I received my PhD in computer science
at Cornell University (although technically at the Cornell Tech campus),
advised by Rafael Pass.
I did my undergrad at UT Austin,
graduating in 2017 with degrees in computer science and math.
Prior to that, I attended the unique
Texas Academy of Math and Science
for high school at UNT.