CIS Lab Team

Mark Zhandry

Senior Scientist

I am a senior scientist in the CIS lab and an assistant professor at Princeton University. I study various aspects of theoretical cryptography, including constructions and applications of software obfuscation and the impact of quantum computing. In 2010, I graduated from UC Berkeley where I majored in electrical engineering, computer science, and physics, and minored in mathematics. I earned my PhD in computer science in 2015 from Stanford University. I earned my PhD in computer science in 2015 from Stanford University, before completing a postdoc at MIT.

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