About me

I hold a PhD in Cryptography from IT University of Copenhagen (ITU), where I had the chance to be supervised by Bernardo David, join the Center for Information Security and Trust (CISAT) and collaborate as Scientific Partner with Concordium. Moreover, within my PhD studies, I visited TU Darmstadt for one semester, where I had the chance to be supervised by Sebastian Faust and join CROSSING. Here you find my PhD thesis and the deck of slides I used for my defence.

I hold a Master in Computer Engineering from Politecnico di Milano (PoliMi) and I have previously worked as a Research Collaborator at the Department of Mathematics of PoliMi, Osservatori Digital Innovation and at the Business IT Department of ITU.

Beyond academia, I worked for two years at Moxoff, that is a PoliMi spin-off aimed at transfering results of applied mathematics research (in particular related to mathematical optimization and statistics) to industry, and as a Freelance Software Engineer.

My current research interests focus on cryptographic protocols for multiparty computation and blockchain applications.

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Yet I exist in the hope that these memoirs, in some manner, I know not how, may find their way to the minds of humanity in Some Dimension, and may stir up a race of rebels who shall refuse to be confined to limited Dimensionality. - Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions, Edwin Abbott Abbott

Suggested contents


  • Katz, Jonathan, and Yehuda Lindell. Introduction to modern cryptography. CRC press, 2014.
  • Cramer, Ronald, Ivan Bjerre Damg√•rd, and Jesper Buus Nielsen. Secure multiparty computation. Cambridge University Press, 2015.
  • Hazay, Carmit, and Yehuda Lindell. Efficient secure two-party protocols: Techniques and constructions. Springer Science & Business Media, 2010.


  • BIU Winter School: a collection of videos about state-of-the-art cryptography by Bar-Ilan University.