Research Interest

The focus of my research is the theoretical foundations of cryptography that is concerned with the feasibility of securely realizing cryptographic tasks, finding inherent lower bounds on the computational resources that are needed for solving cryptographic tasks and finding resource efficient secure constructions. The resources most often considered are computational complexity (i.e., measuring the time required to compute some cryptographic function like encryption or secure computation of a functionality), round and communication complexity (i.e., the number of rounds and bandwidth required for a secure interactive protocol). The topics of cryptography I have been interested in so far include:


Below find my research publications related to cryptography topic-wise / year-wise / type-wise. For all publications see my DBLP record.

Reading Groups

We conduct reading groups on exciting, tredy and classic topics in cryptography to build deep understanding and to initiate research. If you wish to join, please contact me.