I received my Ph.D. from the Computer Science Department at the Technion, where I was very fortunate to have Prof. Yuval Ishai as my advisor.
My research area is Cryptography, but I am also interested in Complexity Theory in general. More specifically, my research focuses on secure computation, zero-knowledge and efficient verification protocols.
I have also worked on the following topics:
Email: morweiss (at) ccs.neu.edu.
My Northeastern webpage is available here.
Binary AMD Circuits from Secure Multiparty Computation [proceedings version].
Making the Best of a Leaky Situation: Zero-Knowledge PCPs from Leakage-Resilient Circuits [full version, proceedings version].
Practical Solutions For Format-Preserving Encryption [proceedings version].
Probabilistically Checkable Proofs of Proximity with Zero-Knowledge [proceedings version].
Zero-Knowledge LTCs and Their Applications [proceedings version].
Protecting Obfuscation Against Arithmetic Attacks [full version].
During the years 2012-2015 I organized the CS Theory Lunch. The seminar is now organized by Ami Paz. You are welcome to contact him directely at (email@example.com) if you are interested in joining the seminar's mailing list, or in giving a talk at the seminar.