About Me

Since December 2018 I’m a post-doc researcher in the amazing Aarhus crypto group. From November 2016 to November 2018 I was a post-doc researcher at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität in Nuremberg, Germany. I completed my Ph.D. in computer science at Sapienza University of Rome in February 2017, where I worked mainly on backdoors in cryptographic primitives, under the supervision of prof. Giuseppe Ateniese. I completed a master’s degree in computer science (2012) at the computer science department of University of São Paulo, Brazil. My research focus has always been on all aspects of cryptography, including but not limited to subversion attacks, signature schemes, blockchain technology, zero-knowledge proofs, verifiable computation, secure multi-party computation and etc. I’m also interested in computational complexity theory in general.

Positions

  • Present2018

    Post-doc Researcher

    Aarhus University (Denmark)

  • 20182016

    Post-doc Researcher (Akademischer Rat)

    Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (Germany)

  • 20162014

    Research Fellow

    Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)

Formal Education

  • Ph.D. 2017

    Ph.D. in Computer Science

    Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)

  • M.Sc. 2012

    Master in Computer Science

    University of São Paulo (Brazil)

  • B.Sc. 2008

    Bachelor in Computer Science

    Universidade Paulista (Brazil)

Awards, Distinctions & Grants

  • June 2016
    Best Paper of the PhD school in CS at Sapienza 2016
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    Best Paper of the PhD school in CS at Sapienza 2016 for the paper “Subversion-Resilient Signature Schemes” presented at ACM CCS 2015.

  • Nov 2012
    Best Master's dissertation award
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    Best Master’s dissertation award at the SBSeg (CTDSeg) 2012. Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (SBC). For more information click here.