Anna Lysyanskaya

Professor, Brown University

Anna Lysyanskaya is the James A. and Julie N. Brown Professor of Computer Science at Brown University, which she joined in 2002 after receiving her Ph.D. from MIT.  A theme of her academic research is on balancing privacy with accountability and specifically allowing users to prove that they are authorized even while not revealing any additional information about themselves.  Professor Lysyanskaya is a recipient of numerous awards from the National Science Foundation, as well as industry grants from IBM, Google, and Facebook. She has served on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR)  since 2012 and served as Program co-Chair of the annual Crypto conference in 2023

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