I’m a PhD student in the ARC group at Johns Hopkins University where I’m advised by Abhishek Jain and Matthew Green. My research interests are in cryptography and more broadly, in theoretical computer science.
Previously, I was an Integrated Masters (B.Tech + M.Tech) student at IIIT Bangalore where I majored in Computer Science and Engineering and was advised by Ashish Choudhury. During this time, I also worked with members of the CrIS Lab under the supervision of Arpita Patra.
Scalable Multiparty Garbling
List of publications in reverse chronological order. Authors are primarily listed in alphabetical order. An asterisk (*) is used in case of exceptions to indicate equal contribution and lead authorship.
ASIACRYPTAttaining GOD Beyond Honest Majority with Friends and Foes
EUROCRYPTSecure Multiparty Computation with Free Branching
PETSSoK: Efficient Privacy-preserving Clustering
SPIEEnhancing Z-resolution in CT Volumes with Deep Residual Learning
INDOCRYPTHigh Throughput Secure MPC Over Small Population in Hybrid Networks (Extended Abstract)
IJCAIEthics, Prosperity, and Society: Moral Evaluation Using Virtue Ethics and Utilitarianism
- Discrete Mathematics Teaching Assistant - Spring 2021
- Foundations of Cryptography Teaching Assistant - Spring 2020 Teaching Assistant - Spring 2021
- Discrete Mathematics Teaching Assistant - Fall 2020