I am a second-year PhD student in the Computer Science department at Cornell University. I'm physically located at Cornell's NYC Tech campus.
My research is in theoretical and applied cryptography. Currently, I am focusing on cryptography for cloud security applications. I'm also interested in lattice cryptography, primitives, cryptography engineering, and constructing protocols that do cool stuff.
My non-technical interests include censorship, privacy, legal and ethical issues related to information security, and the intersection of technology and society.
My research is supported in part by a 2017 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Teaching Assistant for CS 5830: Cryptography, Spring 2017
I did my undergrad at Indiana University, where I majored in Math and Computer Science. After graduating, I worked for two and a half years at Skyhigh Networks as a cryptography engineer. I left in August of 2015 to start grad school at Cornell.
You can tweet at me @pag_crypto.
My email address is pag[220+5] AT cornell DOT edu. Compute the sum in the braces and append that to "pag" to get the local part of the email address.