12.14.2018 - Talk at MIT. I will be giving a talk on Disorder-Based Approaches to Verification at MIT Nuclear Engineering Department’s Seminar on Nuclear Security and Policy.
11.25.2018 - Associate Editor of Science & Global Security. I have been promoted Associate Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Science & Global Security (SGS), run by Princeton University’s Program on Science and Global Security. I am glad to continue supporting this journal both as a member of the editorial team but also as an author… A new article is in press…
11.14.2018 - Visit at Sciences-Po. I have been in Paris for a week of workshops and seminars organized by the Nuclear Knowledges Program. I had a terrific time and look forward to publishing scholarly work on French nuclear history in a special issue of the journal Cold War History.
6.29.2018 - I am joining the Harvard Kennedy School! Starting in September, I will be a Stanton Nuclear Security Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs with a joint appointment in the International Security Program and the project on Managing the Atom!
5.20.2018 - I am joining ASHES2018 program committee. I am happy to join the 2nd Workshop on Attacks and Solutions in Hardware Security (ASHES 2018)'s program committee. ASHES 2018 is a post-conference satellite workshop of ACM CCS 2018 taking place on October 19 in Toronto, Canada. It is co-organized by my colleague Uli Rürhmair.
5.19.2018 - What's next? Post-doc at Princeton and Visiting Scholar at Sciences Po! I am happy to report that I will be a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton's Program on Science and Global Security in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs starting June 1st. I am also glad to share the news that I will be a visiting scholar at Sciences Po's CERI for 2018-2019 working with my French colleague Benoit Pelopidas' Chair of Excellence in Security Studies.
5.4.2018 - Thesis defended! I have successfully defended my dissertation! It is titled: "A Physical Zero-Knowledge Proof and Unclonable Sensors for Nuclear Warhead Verification." I will provide a link to it as soon as it is available on Proquest. Parts of my dissertation work was covered by a few news outlets including the New Yorker, Nature Physics, and Popular Science (among others). I was also awarded the 2017-2018 Harold W. Dodds Honorific fellowship by Princeton's Graduate School for scholarly excellence and exceptional promise.