My research focuses on multiparty computation. I often work on secure generation of correlated randomness with minimal interaction (pseudorandom correlation generators (PCGs), pseudorandom correlation functions (PCFs) and distributed samplers). I am also interested in the study of advanced cryptographic primitives, such as obfuscation and homomorphic encryption.
In 2020, I earned a master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Trento (Italy), graduating with honours. The studies were focused on cryptography and coding theory. The master thesis, titled Oblivious TLS via Multiparty Computation, was supervised by Ivan Damgård, Sven Trieflinger and Roberto Zunino.
In 2017, I obtained a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Padova (Italy), graduating with honours. The bachelor thesis, concerning Wiener’s attack against RSA, was supervised by Alberto Tonolo.