I am a Postdoc in the Logic and Semantics group and the Cryptography and Security group at Aarhus University, Denmark, working with Bas Spitters and Jesper Buus Nielsen.
Previously, I was a PhD student in the Cryptography and Security group at Aarhus University under the supervision of Ivan Damgård. I hold an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
In Fall 2017, I was a long-term visitor at NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, and in Spring 2018 at IDC Herzliya, visiting Elette Boyle.
I am interested in cryptographic protocols and their security models and proofs, with a focus on secure multiparty computation. In the past, I also worked on zero-knowledge proofs and ring signatures.
I organize the weekly seminar of the Cryptography group at Aarhus University. There is a list of previous and future talks. Contact me if you want to give a talk yourself!
Department of Computer Science
8200 Aarhus N
Office: Nygaard-280 (map)
Email: lastname at cs.au.dk
The combination OE is an old spelling of the German letter Ö. The pronounciation is similar to the Scandinavian Ø or the French Œ, or the vowel in the English word learn. If you are in doubt, use O instead. The CHS in the middle of my name is pronounced like X or KS in English.