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Mohammad Hassan Ameri Ekhtiarabadi

Graduate Student

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Joined department: Spring 2019

I am a computer science Ph.D. student at Purdue University. I am honored to be supervised by Professor Jeremiah Blocki and Professor Aniket Kate for conducting my research in the different areas of privacy preserving and theoretical aspect of computer science. My field of interests includes Applied Cryptography, Secure Multi-party Computation, Memory-Hard Functions (MHF), Blockchain Technology, Obfuscation, Secure Cloud Computing, Searchable Encryption and other interesting application which needs privacy and we should provide their security in a provable manner (Provable Security).

Selected Publications

MH Ameri, M Delavar, J Mohajeri, M Salmasizadeh, "A Key-Policy Attribute-Based Temporary Keyword Search scheme for Secure Cloud Storage", IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, 2018 (Impact factor 7.928).

MR Asaar, MH Ameri, M Salmasizadeh, MR Aref, "A provably secure code-based concurrent signature scheme", IET Information Security, 2017, 12 (1), 34-41.

R Rabaninejad, MH Ameri, M Delavar, J Mohajeri, "An Attribute-Based Anonymous Broadcast Encryption Scheme with Adaptive Security in the Standard Model", Scientia Iranica, 2017. 

M Delavar, S Mirzakuchaki, MH Ameri, J Mohajeri, "PUF‐based solutions for secure communications in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)", International Journal of Communication Systems, 2017.

M Mahdavi Oliaee, M Delavar, MH Ameri, J Mohajeri, MR Aref, "On the Security of O-PSI: A Delegated Private Set Intersection on Outsourced Datasets (Extended Version)", iSecure, 2018.

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