I am a sixth year Ph.D Student at Purdue University in the Computer Science department.
My broad research interests are in Theoretical Cryptography.
More specifically, my interests lie in error-correcting codes and their applications to cryptography, as well as efficient proof and argument systems.
I am a member of the Cryptography Group and the Theory Group at Purdue.
Memory-Hard PUzzles in the Standard Model with Applications to Memory-Hard Functions and Resource-Bounded Locally Decodable Codes Mohammad Hassan Ameri, Alexander R. Block, and Jeremiah Blocki in submission
Private and Resource-Bounded Locally Decodable Codes for Insertions and Deletions
Alexander R. Block and Jeremiah Blocki accepted to ISIT 2021