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I am a research associate at National Institute of Standards and Technology, in the Cryptographic Technology group. I am hosted by René Peralta. My research interests include cryptography and computational complexity. In particular I have been interested in quality measures of cryptographic functions with focus on multiplicative complexity. I am also an active member of the circuit minimization team. See my list of publications for more details.

Before I came to NIST, I was a PhD student under the supervision of Joan Boyar at University of Southern Denmark. For more information, see my CV.