I am an assistant professor in MIT's EECS department and a member of CSAIL. I am also the Douglas Ross (1954) Career Development Professor of Software Technology.
My research focuses on computer security, cryptography, and computer systems.
I build systems that use cryptography to empower and protect their users. The projects that excite me the most: (1) serve the interests of the end user, (2) provide strong and precise forms of security, often using new cryptographic ideas, and (3) have impact through real-world deployment.
My recent projects include:
For more details, please see my full list of publications.
A variety of organizations, including the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Defense, Facebook, and Google, have funded my research.