I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Trinity College. Previously, I was
a Lecturer and Associate Research Scientist in the Computer Science Department at Yale University.
I defended my dissertation titled "Identity Management through Privacy-Preserving Authentication" (PDF) in December 2015. During my PhD, I worked in the Dedis Lab. I was co-advised by Professor Bryan Ford and Professor Michael Fischer.
My research interests lie in computer security. I am particularly interested in the security and privacy issues users face as a result of engaging in online activities. Consequently, I have been working on developing stronger anonymous communication technologies, privacy-preserving biometric authentication schemes and anonymous, deniable authentication methods. I have been working on generating "good" and verifiable randomness in a distributed setting, a critical component of many security systems. Most recently, I have been focusing on building strongest-link collective authorities ("cothorities"), which among other things, can be used as a foundation for trustworthy certificate authorities.
Please feel free to contact me regarding any of my projects, potential collaboration, or just to chat about security and privacy.
The best way to contact me is via email at first.last(at)trincoll.edu.