Alishah Chator
Postdoctoral Associate
Boston University
Computing & Data Sciences

He is currently a postdoc at the Faculty of Computing and Data Sciences at BU, mentored by Mayank Varia. He is interested in applied cryptography and broadly on problems relating to privacy. In particular, he seek to improve everyday privacy by examining deployment challenges that arise in both theory and practice.

He received my PhD at Johns Hopkins University studying computer science. He was part of the Advanced Research in Cryptography group and was advised by Professor Matthew Green. Outside of his work at JHU, he had collaborated with Professor Narayanan's group in the CITP at Princeton University in blockchain analysis. A copy of my dissertation can be found here.

He was previously an undergraduate student at the University of Michigan studying Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. While there, I worked with Professor J. Alex Halderman, most recently aiding in the development of

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Contact for Mentoring:

665 Commonwealth Ave
Boston MA 02215
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