I am a security researcher by profession, and a technology enthusiast by hobby. I advocate for a free (as in freedom), open, and secure Internet -
I host Tor relays, Bitcoin full nodes, and zero-log DNS for public use.
I am also the co-inventor of CryptoMiner, a Blockchain-inspired card game.
Professionally, I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the SPriTELab in the University of Texas at San Antonio, USA. My research and teaching interests lie primarily in the areas of privacy and security in cyber-physical systems, cryptography and network security, blockchains, and applied machine learning and artificial intelligence. I recently started collaborating on few new research topics, such as game-theoretic analysis of shard-based blockchains, and applying ubiquitous computing towards pedestrian safety. Previously, I obtained a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Wichita State University, USA.
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