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Jacob White

Graduate Student

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Joined department: Fall 2017


BS, Purdue University, Computer Science (2021)
BS, Purdue University, Mathematics (2021)
MS, Purdue University, Computer Science (2022)
PhD, Purdue University, Computer Science (2026)

My research focuses on the efficient design of privacy-enhancing crypto(graphy), especially regarding its applications to distributed Internet infrastructure. I aim to design cryptography which balances user privacy and identity attribution, all while making complex cryptography as usable as possible for non-experts.

Selected Publications

Michael Rosenberg, Jacob White, Christina Garman, and Ian Miers. "zk-creds: Flexible Anonymous Credentials from zkSNARKs and Existing Identity Infrastructure", 2023 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP), San Francisco, CA, USA, 2023. pp. 790-808. doi: 10.1109/SP46215.2023.10179430.

Jacob White, Zachary DeStefano, and Michael Dixon. "Authenticating Internet Routing Using Zero-Knowledge Proofs", Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, USA, August 2023. Approved for unlimited release under LA-UR-23-29806.

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