Mark Zhandry

Beginning Fall 2016, I will be an assistant professor at Princeton University in the Department of Computer Science. I am currently a postdoc at MIT, hosted by Vinod Vaikuntanathan.

My primary research focus is cryptography, though I am broadly interested in all aspects of computer science theory. Some of my recent research projects include studying program obfuscation and analyzing the effects that quantum computers will have on cryptography.

I earned my PhD in 2015 from Stanford University, where I was advised by Dan Boneh. In 2010, I graduated with Highest Honors from UC Berkeley where I majored in electrical engineering, computer science, and physics, and minored in mathematics.

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MIT CSAIL, 32 Vassar Street
Room 32-G616
Cambridge, MA 02139