Research Interests

As a graduate student, my primary areas of interest were cryptography and computer security, especially cryptographic voting systems. In fact, I have writen a Master's thesis on the subject. I am also interested in theoretical computer science in general, programming languages, and the social and ethical aspects of computing.

I am a former member of the UConn CryptoDRM Laboratory and the VoTeR Center, which evaluates voting technology for the State of Connecticut.


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I have taken the following graduate courses:

Software Projects

Here are some projects I have worked on or am currently working on.


I have contributed the following material to various other projects: