The Cryptography Group in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering carries out research on a wide range of topics in the foundations and applications of cryptography. These include public-key and symmetric cryptography, obfuscation, attribute-based and functional encryption, secure multi-party computation, zero-knowledge proofs, anonymous credentials, post-quantum and quantum cryptography, information-theoretic cryptography, and more.
Check out our cryptography classes.
Our research has been supported by NSF, DARPA, the Simons Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, CISCO, JP Morgan, and Microsoft.
John Retterer Moore
MS 2016 → UCSD (PhD) → Bain Capital Crypto (Research Partner)
PhD 2019 → Google → Espresso Systems (Chief Cryptographer)
PhD 2019 → Western Digital
PhD 2020 → CMU (postdoc) → University of Utah (Assistant Professor)
MS 2022 → Oracle
PhD 2022 → CMU (postdoc)
Viet Tung Hoang
Postdoc 2015-16 → Florida State University (
Assistant Associate Professor)
Postdoc 2017-18 → Concordium (Senior Researcher)
Postdoc 2017-18 → TU Darmstadt (Postdoc) → IIT Madras (Assistant Professor)
Postdoc 2020-21 (CI Fellow) → New York University (Assistant Professor)
Postdoc 2019-21 → Georgia Institute of Technology (Assistant Professor)
Postdoc 2019-21 → Peking University (Assistant Professor)