I'm a second-year Ph.D. student in the Privacy Preserving Systems Lab at ETH Zurich. My research interests lie broadly at the intersection of computer systems and data privacy. I design and build systems that follow a user-centric privacy model to enable users to exercise more control over their data. More recently, I'm interested in addressing the challenges of deploying differential privacy at scale. I completed my M.Sc degree in Computer Science at ETH Zurich with distinction. Before that, I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Zurich with a B.Sc degree in Informatics.
Zeph: Cryptographic Enforcement of End-to-End Data Privacy.
- Stanford, Security Lunch Seminar
- USENIX OSDI'21, Online, [Video, Slides]
- UC Berkeley, CA, NetSys Lunch Seminar
- ETH Zurich, Systems Lunch Seminar
- ETH Zurich, Applied Crypto Group
The Privacy Management Layer.
- USENIX Security'22, Boston, Poster Session
DoE-Suite: A tool for remote experiment management.
- Computer Science for MAVT / ITET (2021, 2022, 2023 @ ETH)
- Systems Programming and Computer Architecture (2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 @ ETH)
- Informatics I (2015 @ UZH)