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Hannah Davis Hannah Davis
Research Intern

Hannah is a PhD student in theoretical and applied cryptography at the University of California, San Diego advised by Prof. Mihir Bellare. She works primarily on provable security analysis of large-scale cryptographic protocols and standards, and she is currently interested in post-quantum cryptography, key exchange, and threshold cryptography. At Cloudflare in 2022, she worked on the design and security analysis of privacy preserving measurement protocols.

Research Areas

Privacy, security, Applied Cryptography


2023Verifiable Distributed Aggregation Functions

The 23rd Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS), July 10-15, Lausanne, Switzerland. 2023.
Hannah Davis, Christopher Patton, Mike Rosulek, Phillipp Schoppmann