Georgia Institute of Technology
Department of Mathematics
Atlanta, GA 30332
Office: Skiles 163
I am a fifth-year PhD student in the
Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization program at Georgia Tech. My home department is Mathematics. My research area is cryptography, and my dissertation advisor is Sasha Boldyreva.
I am a 2007 graduate of
Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, where I majored jointly in Math and Computer Science. My hometown is Grinnell, IA.
Cryptography, algorithms, combinatorics.
Math 2602, Summer 2010
Order-preserving encryption revisited
(with A. Boldyreva and A. O'Neill).
Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO 2011,
P. Rogaway ed., LNCS 6841 (2011), Springer, 578-595.
Order-preserving symmetric encryption
(with A. Boldyreva, Y. Lee, and A. O'Neill).
Advances in Cryptology - EUROCRYPT 2009,
A. Joux ed., LNCS 5479 (2009), Springer, 224-241.
Six-critical graphs on the Klein bottle
(with K. Kawarabayashi, D. Kral, J. Kyncl, B. Lidicky, L. Postle, N. Streib, R. Thomas, and C. Yerger).
Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 31 (2008), 235-240.
Minimum rank of a graph over an arbitrary field
(with S. Droms, L. Hogben, R. Mikkelson, and O. Pryporova).
Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra 16 (2007), 183-186.
Bachelor of Science in mathematics/computer science, with honors, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, May 2007.
Harvey Mudd Math Clinic with Hewlett-Packard Laboratories: Identifying and minimizing non-smoothness in ICC profiles, 2006-2007.
Iowa State University Math REU, Ames, IA, Summer 2006.
Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary, Spring 2006.
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