Alex J. Malozemoff [CV]
Ph.D. Student
University of Maryland
Advisor: Jonathan Katz

Research Interests:

Cryptography. Computer Security.

Publications:

  1. Y. Huang, J. Katz, V. Kolesnikov, R. Kumaresan, A. J. Malozemoff. "Amortizing Garbled Circuits." CRYPTO, Santa Barbara, California, USA, August 17-21, 2014.
  2. S. G. Choi, J. Katz, A. J. Malozemoff, V. Zikas. "Efficient Three-Party Computation from Cut-and-Choose." CRYPTO, Santa Barbara, California, USA, August 17-21, 2014. ePrint. Slides.
  3. A. J. Malozemoff, J. Katz, M. D. Green. "Automated Analysis and Synthesis of Block-Cipher Modes of Operation." IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium, Vienna, Austria, July 19-22, 2014. ePrint. Slides. Code.
  4. D. Apon, J. Katz, A. J. Malozemoff. "One-Round Multi-Party Communication Complexity of Distinguishing Sums." Theoretical Computer Science 501:101-108, 2013. ECCC. arXiv.

Preprints:

  1. M. D. Green, J. Katz, A. J. Malozemoff, H-S. Zhou. "A Unified Approach to Idealized Model Separations via Indistinguishability Obfuscation." 2014. ePrint.
  2. D. Apon, Y. Huang, J. Katz, A. J. Malozemoff. "Implementing Cryptographic Program Obfuscation." 2014. ePrint. Code. Website.

Talks:

  1. "Automated Analysis and Synthesis of Block-Cipher Modes of Operation." Presented at the Fall Protocol eXchange, National Cryptologic Museum, Fort Meade, Maryland, USA, September 23-24, 2014. Slides.
  2. "Implementing Cryptographic Program Obfuscation." Presented at the CRYPTO 2014 Rump Session, Santa Barbara, California, USA, August 19, 2014. Slides.
  3. "Efficient Three-Party Computation from Cut-and-Choose." Presented at the Workshop on Applied Multi-Party Computation, Redmond, Washington, USA, February 20-21, 2014. Slides.

Posters:

  1. "Automated Analysis and Synthesis of Block-Cipher Modes of Operation." Presented at the Third Annual Maryland Cybersecurity Symposium, College Park, Maryland, USA, June 10, 2014. Poster.

Other:

GitHub


Last updated: January 28 2015