My interests are cryptography (especially privacy and anonymity) and quantum computing. Most of my existing research focuses on estimating quantum attack costs, such as:
- period-finding against lightweight block ciphers
- collimation sieving against CSIDH
- claw-finding attacks on SIKE
- Shor's algorithm against prime-modulus elliptic curves.
I have an MMath from the University of Waterloo, which Alfred Menezes and Michele Mosca co-supervised. I have a B.Sc. in math from the University of Regina.