Currently, Assistant Professor in ECE, University of Victoria.
NSERC Post-Doc Fellow (Sep. 2016 - June 2019), Cryptanalysis and block chain security.
January 2012 - September 2012, lightweight crypto and radio-requency identification (RFID) security.
Fall 2008 - December 2011. Thesis: Design and Analysis of Security Schemes for Low-cost RFID Systems.
Ph.D Thesis: Applying Fully Homomorphic Encryption: Practices and Problems.
Master student (September 2012 - August 2014). More Than Error Correction: Cryptography from Codes.
Master student (Fall - April 2005). Search and analysis on signal sets with low multiple access interference
Visiting Assistant Professor (Apr 2013 - Feb 2014), Sequence design for communication and security. Sabbatical leave from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea
Dec 2000, August - September 2002, Professor, Academia Sinica, Beijing, China
Post-Doc Fellow (Oct 2015 - Sep 2016), hardware module of integrated encryption and compression
Currently, he works with Research Lab of Bosch, Pittsburgh, USA.
PhD student (Sep 2010 - Aug 2014). ORF Project Manager and Research Associate
Master student (May 2012 - Dec 2013). Thesis: Attack on WiFi-based Location Services and SSL using Proxy Servers
PhD student (2001 - January 2005), co-supervised with Dr. S. Vanstone. Thesis: Sequences over finite fields and elliptic curves over rings in rings cryptography
Post-Doc (March 2005 - Nov. 2006), the Centre of Applied Cryptographic Research, University of Waterloo
Currently, PDF in Nanyang University, Singapore.
Exchange Ph.D (Oct 2016 - Sep 2017). The Cycle-Structures of LDPC Code And the Relevant Algorithms for Constructing the Optimal LDPC Code.
PhD student (May 2003 - August 2007). Thesis: Authentication and key exchange in mobile ad hoc networks
Research Associate (Aug 2009 - July 2011), sequences and stream ciphers
Post-Doc (Aug. 2007 - July 2009), sequences and stream ciphers.
PhD student (Sep 2011 - Dec 2014). Thesis: Physical Layer Securities in Wireless Communication Systems. Currently, he is a Senior Engineer in QualComm
Master student (Sep. 2009 - Aug. 2011). Thesis: Sequences Design for OFDM and CDMA Systems
Visiting Professor (Nov. 2019 - Oct. 2020), security protocols
Visiting Professor (Jan. - April 2011), security formalizations for RFID systems
PhD student (May 2001 - April 2005). Thesis: A study on security of multi-user systems and stream ciphers
Master student (Jan 2012 - Aug 2013). Thesis: Physical Layer Approach for Securing RFID Systems
PhD student (Jan 2000- Dec. 2003), co-supervised with Dr. D. Stinson. Thesis: Sequence design and construction of cryptographic Boolean functions
PhD student (2000 - Jan. 2003), co-supervised with Dr. S. Vanstone. Thesis: Topics in sequence analysis and coding theory
Visiting Professor (May - October 2009), secure network codes
Visiting PhD student (July 2006 - June 2007), sensor network security
Visiting Associate professor (Mar 2012 - Feb 2013), sequence design with good correlation and its applications in communications, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Currently working at RSVP Technologies Inc. in Waterloo.
MASc (Sep. 2016 - Aug. 2018). An Application of Secure Data Aggregation for Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning Mobile Devices.
Exchange PhD student (Sep 2014 - Aug 2016), multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) security.
Visiting PhD student (Sep. 2009 - Aug. 2010), cryptanalysis and MAC for constrained devices
Dongxu Ma, exchange Ph.D (Sep 2016 - Aug 2018), redearch on sequences with low PMEPR,PDF in Xidian University.
Currently, Assistant Professor position in the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
Research Assistant Professor and Project Manager (October 2017 - June 2020), lightweight crypto and cloud security.
Past Students, Post-Doc Fellows and Scholars
- Post-Doc Fellow (July 2016 - September 2017) and Project manager, lightweight crypto and cloud security.
Post-Doc (September 2013 - May 2014), random number generators and lightweight crypto for pervasive computing. Currently, he works as a post-doc fellow in the University of Washington.
PhD student (January 2010 - August 2013). Thesis: Design and Analysis of Cryptographic Pseudorandom Number/Sequence Generators with Applications in radio-frequency identification (RFID).
MASc part-time, (May 2015 - Apr. 2018). Implementation of Time Memory Trade-off attack using MPI on GPC. Symantec Canada, Waterloo.
PhD student (Winter 2004 - Sep. 2007). Thesis: Design of Stream Ciphers and Cryptographic Properties of Nonlinear Functions
Master student (May 2003 - Aug 2005). Thesis: Binary nonlinear feedback shift register sequence generators using trace functions
Visiting Professor (Sept - Nov 2011), wireless network security, sabbatical leave from University of Washington, USA
NSERC URA (Fall 2012), test of interception on RFID tag signal
March 2004 - August 2004, Professor of University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China
Visiting Associate Professor (Sept. 2011 - Aug. 2012), implementation of cryptographic primitives, sabbatical leave from University of Western Ontario, Canada
Master student, co-supervised with Prof. Bosco Leung (Sep 2011 - Aug 2013). Thesis: A Ring Oscillator Based Truly Random Number Generator
Currently, Post-doc at University of Rennes, CNRS, IRISA, France
Post-doc (Jan 2020 - Sep 2020), Cryptanalysis
Ph.D student (Fall 2016 - Fall 2019), thesis title: Design and Cryptanalysis of Lightweight Symmetric Key Primitives
Will join Embedded Security and Cryptography (EMSEC) team, IRISA, University of Rennes, France.
Current working at AMD as silicon design engineer.
Research Associate (Jan. 2019 - August 2019), hardware implementations of cryptograhic algorithms.
MASc student (Fall 2016 - January 2019), Hardware Implementations of the Lightweight Welch-Gong Stream Cipher Family using Polynomial Bases.
Research Associate, (Feb. 2012 - Aug. 2012), security of Masked GH public-key schemes for contained resources
Master student (May 2002 - April 2004), implementation of the Gong-Harn public key cryptosystem
May 2002 - Feb. 2003, Professor of Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Visiting Professor (Sept. 2006 - Feb. 2007), sequence design for CDMA communication systems, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
Post-Doc Fellow (Jan 2015 - Sep 2016), cryptanalysis and data security. Currently at University of Versailles St-Quentin (France), LMV, France
ORF Project Manager and Research Associate (Sep 2014 - Sep 2015), cryptographic functions and cryptanalysis. Currently with Huawei, Waterloo
Research Associate (Sep 2012 - Aug 2014), cryptographic functions and cryptanalysis
PhD student (Fall 2007 - Dec. 2011). Thesis: Secure Schemes for Semi-Trusted Environment
Post-Doc Fellow (July 2016 - March 2017), formal verification of cryptographic protocols
Visiting Professor (Feb 2020 - Jan 2021), Sequence design for OFDM and cryptography
Post-Doc (March 2012 - Dec 2012), sequence design for good correlation
Visiting PhD student (Sep. 2008 - Aug. 2009), sequence design for good correlation
Post-doc (Sep. 2008 - Aug. 2009 ), physical layer security
Visiting researcher (Jan. 2008 - Aug. 2008), physical layer security
PhD student (Sep 2011 - Sep 2015). Thesis: On Message Authentication in 4G LTE System. Currently at Amazon, Toronto
Visiting Associate Professor (April 2011 - March 2012), algebraic constructions of sequences, University of Petroeum, China
Currently with Google, California.
MASc student (Aug 2015 - Dec 2017), Randomized Lempel-Ziv Compression for Anti-Compression Side-Channel Attacks.
Exchange PhD student (Fall 2010 - Spring 2012), sequence design for CDMA and OFDM
Currently, Faculty member in Shangdong University at Qingdao, China.
Post-doc Fellow (Feb 2017-July 2017) (co-supervisor: Prof. Mark Aagaard), Hardware implementations of lightweight crypto engine for RFID applications
PhD student, (Sep 2012 - Dec. 2016) (co-supervisor: Prof. Mark Aagaard). Optimized Hardware Implementations of Lightweight Cryptography.
Research Associate (Oct 2018 - Sep 2020). NIST lightweight cryptography implementation, passwordless authentication for I2I, and one-time signature design.
MASc (Sep. 2016 - Aug. 2018). Implementation of OFDM Encryption and a New Frequency Hopping System.
Post-Doc Fellow of the Centre of Applied Cryptographic Research, 1999-2001. Currently an Associate Professor at Concordia University
PhD student (Jan. 2004 - December 2006). Thesis: On periodic correlation of binary sequences. Post-Doc (Jan. - Aug. 2007), CDMA security and correlation
Exchange PhD student (Nov. 2010 - Oct. 2011), ring signatures with its applications to network security
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Jan 2013 - Jun 2013), sequence design for good correlation
Post-Doc Fellow (Feb 2015 - Jul 2015), big data security in cloud systems. Currently at Google, California
PhD student (Sep 2010 - Jan 2015). Thesis: Analysis and Design of Authentication and Encryption Algorithms for Secure Cloud Systems
Master student (Sep 2011 - Aug 2013). Thesis: Fuzzy Authorization for Cloud Storage
Nusa Zidaric, Post-doc Fellow (June 2020 - ), hardware implementation of lightweight cryptography for IoT.
PhD student (Winter 2015 - Winter 2020 ), (co-supervisors: Prof. Mark Aagaard and Prof. Guang Gong), Thesis: Automated Design Space Exploration and Datapath Synthesis for Finite Field Arithmetic with Applications to Lightweight Cryptography.
Master student (September 2012 - August 2014). Thesis: Hardware Implementations of the WG-16 Stream Cipher with Composite Field Arithmetic.
Post-doc Fellow (Nov, 2019 - ), blockchain privacy, zkSNARKs by PCP compilers.
Visiting Ph.D student (April 2021 - March 2022), complementary sequences for wireless communication, from Xidian University, Xian, China.