My research interests lie in the area of homomorphic cryptographic primitives, user privacy and data authentication. I am particularly fascinated by cryptographic applications of mathematical objects and new construction that may derive from it.
Mind-Map-Overview of (most of) My Work
Here I collect a list of upcoming submission deadlines for venues I like.
Recent and On-going:
- Homomorphic Signatures (LatinCrypt19, SCN18, ASIACRYPT16)
- Signatures with Advanced Properties (Ongoing works on flexible verification and extendability for ring signatures)
- Secure and Space-Smart Cloud Storage Solutions (ICCC21, SCN20)
- Privacy-Preserving Location Proximity Testing (ESORICS20, PETS19)
- Improving the Security of the Signal Protocol (IEEE S&P19)
- Biometric Authentication Systems (CANS17, Indocrypt14)
- Distance-Bounding Protocols (FGCS18, IEEE-TMC18)
‘My’ PhD Students
I have the honor to mentor, co-supervise and do research with some very impressive Ph.D. candidates:
- Ivan Oleynikov (@Chalmers)
- Hadi Sehat (@Aarhus)
- Rohon Kundu (@LTH)
- Joakim Brorsson (@LTH)
- Carlo Brunetta (@Chalmers).
My Research Ethics
I believe that good research is a combination of real-world questions, innovative ideas, and fruitful collaborations. In the last period, I had the chance to work with several bright minds and inspiring researchers including Dario Fiore, Andrei Sabelfeld, Diego Aranha, Sophia Yakoubov, and Mathias Hall-Andersen.