About me

I am an Assistant Professor of computer science at Arizona State University. My research interests are in the area of cryptography and security, with a specific focus on secure computation and its applications such as private set intersection, private database queries, and privacy-preserving machine learning.

Before joining ASU, I was a postdoc at UC Berkeley under the mentorship of Prof. Dawn Song. I received my PhD and Master’s degrees from Oregon State University under the supervision of Prof. Mike Rosulek (big shout-out to Mike, who brought me to the field of crypto!). During my graduate studies, I spent several summers as a research intern at Bell Labs, Visa Research, and Google. I got a B.S. degree from St.Petersburg State Polytechnic University.


  • Jan 2022: I'll be on the 2022 PC for CCS.
  • Dec 2021: A paper on Privacy-preserving Cooperative Cache Sharing accepted to FC 2022.
  • Sept 2021: A paper on Private Join-and-Compute accepted to Asiacrypt 2021.
  • Sept 2021: I'll be on the 2022 PC for WWW.
  • Jul 2021: Two papers accepted to CCS 2021
  • May 2021: One paper accepted to CRYPTO 2021.
  • Apr 2021: I'll be on the 2022 PC for PETS.
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