Leonid Reyzin

Professor, Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A.B., Harvard University

Leo Reyzin works on cryptography, the area of computer science whose broad goal is to enable useful computation, communication, and collaboration in the presence of untrusted parties. He has worked on providing better alternatives for passwords; on providing graceful recovery from stolen keys and side channel attacks; and on helping secure the Internet infrastructure. He received his Ph.D. from MIT. He has contributed to the development of cryptography standards, worked as an industry consultant, and received the National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award and Boston University’s Neu Family Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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