I am a Computer Security Researcher and Software Engineer working toward a Doctorate Degree in the Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. I am also a member of the Vernam Group. My research interests include system security, side-channel analysis and applied cryptography.

I have been working with Dr. Eisenbarth on side-channel analysis and applied cryptography. I worked with Cisco Talos research team as a PhD Intern at summer 2016.











09/29/2017: I presented Side-channel Attacks on SGX Enclaves in the NESD 2017.

06/06/2017: Our paper CacheZoom: How SGX Amplifies… got accepted to CHES 2017.

04/21/2017: I successfully defended my MS Thesis in Computer Science.

01/06/2017: I attended S&P Oakland review in NYC as a Student PC member.

08/11/2016: I presented the work SCREAM in the USENIX Security’16 poster session.

06/06/2016: I joined Cisco Talos in Austin, TX for 12 weeks as a PhD Intern.

01/04/2016: I joined WPI as a Graduate Student.