Radboud University, Digital Security Group
6525 EC Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Mercator 1, room 3.19
PGP key, 7239 01BC C840 B2A1 2326 86EC E00B 1294 ECFC C406
P.O. Box 9010
6500 GL Nijmegen, The Netherlands
I am an NWO Veni postdoctoral researcher at Radboud University Nijmegen in the Digital Security Group. My current research focus is on authentication and encryption.
Before, I was a postdoctoral researcher at KU Leuven in the COSIC research group. I finished my PhD, entitled Provable Security of Cryptographic Hash Functions, in 2013 under supervision of Bart Preneel and Vincent Rijmen. Before, I completed my Master's thesis on Encrypted certificate schemes and their security and privacy analysis during a nine month internship at Philips, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.|
My research interests include all aspects of cryptology, including symmetric primitives (such as hash functions and block ciphers), provable security, cryptographic protocols (such as digital signature schemes, credential schemes, and multiparty computation), and network applications.
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