Arkady Yerukhimovich

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Arkady Yerukhimovich

Assistant Professor


Professor Yerukhimovich’s research aims to looks into ways to enable collaboration between distrusting parties. From sharing and searching over private data, to computing joint results over inputs provided by multiple parties, he aims to build provably-secure protocols to enable these tasks to be done while preserving privacy. He is interested both in the foundational questions of what is possible at all and based on what cryptographic assumption as well as the application-motivated goals of making this technology practical for real-world applications.

  • Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Maryland
  • M.S., Computer Science, University of Maryland
  • B.S., Computer Science, Brown University
  • B.A., Math-Physics, Brown University
  • Algorithms and Theory
  • Computer Science
  • Computer Security and Information Assurance