Hi! I am a Ph.D. student studying computer science at University of Pennsylvania, where I'm fortunate to be advised by Sebastian Angel and Tal Rabin. I'm broadly interested in cryptography, security and privacy, and computer systems. I'm generously supported by a Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship.
Prior to UPenn, I completed my B.S. in 2020 at Peking University, where I graduated from Turing Class honors program.
SPRINT: High-Throughput Robust Distributed Schnorr Signatures
Flamingo: Multi-Round Single-Server Secure Aggregation with Applications to Private Federated Learning
PEGASUS: Bridging Polynomial and Non-polynomial Evaluations in Homomorphic Encryption
"Flamingo: Multi-Round Single-Server Secure Aggregation with Applications to Private Federated Learning"
Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning Workshop, Santa Barbara, CA, August 2023
NYU, New York, NY, July 2023
IEEE S&P (Oakland), San Francisco, CA, May 2023 [slides, video]
Security Seminar, UMass Amherst (virtual), May 2023
Microsoft Research (virtual), May 2023
"Single-Server Private Information Retrieval in the Shuffle Model"
NY CryptoDay, New York, NY, October 2022
"Incremental Offline/Online PIR"
AlgoCRYPT Seminar, J.P. Morgan, NY, March 2023
UPenn Theory Seminar, Philadelphia, PA, February 2023
UPenn Distributed Systems Seminar, Philadelphia, PA, November 2022
MIT Security Seminar, Boston, MA, November 2022
USENIX Security Symposium, Boston, MA, August 2022 [slides, video]
Technion Crypto Seminar, Haifa, Israel, May 2022
FACT Seminar, Herzliya, Israel, April 2022
In summer 2023, I worked as an associate at J.P. Morgan, hosted by Antigoni Polychroniadou. In spring 2022, I visited Yuval Ishai at Technion. In summer 2020, I worked as a security engineer at Alibaba Gemini Lab, hosted by Cheng Hong. In summer 2019, I did an internship via Summer@EPFL program, hosted by Jean-Pierre Hubaux.