Jiaxin Guan | 管佳鑫

Cryptography × Space, Theoretical Computer Science.

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jiaxin [at] guan [dot] io
Warren Weaver Hall #409
251 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012

I am a Faculty Fellow / Assistant Professor at New York University, hosted by Marshall Ball and Yevgeniy Dodis.

My research focuses on exploring the space-constrained aspects of cryptography, including but not limited to the Bounded Storage Model, incompressible cryptography, space lower bounds, etc., though I am broadly interested in other topics in cryptography and theoretical computer science in general.

I earned my PhD from Princeton University, where I was fortunate to be advised by Mark Zhandry. I graduated with a B.S. with Honors and a M.S. from Stanford University, with Dan Boneh as my advisor.

When I’m not working, I mostly enjoy photography, theater, and cooking.

News

May 03, 2024 My paper “On Sequential Functions and Fine-Grained Cryptography” is to appear at CRYPTO 2024. Joint work with Hart Montgomery.
Aug 30, 2023 My paper “Multi-Instance Randomness Extraction and Security against Bounded-Storage Mass Surveillance” is accepted to TCC 2023. Joint work with Daniel Wichs and Mark Zhandry.
May 12, 2023 My paper “Streaming Functional Encryption” will appear at CRYPTO 2023. Joint work with Alexis Korb and Amit Sahai.
May 08, 2023 In September 2023, I will join NYU Courant as a Faculty Fellow / Assistant Professor.