I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Computer Science department at Northeastern University
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: 
  • Protocols for secure multiparty computation over incomplete networks (during a summer internship at the Cryptography group at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, summer 2015).
  • Program obfuscation (during a summer internship at UCLA, summer 2014). 
  • Practical aspects of (format-preserving) encryption schemes (during an internship at the Privacy Information and Security group at IBM research lab, Haifa, summer 2013).
Office address: Office #262, West Village H (WVH), 440 Huntington Av. 
Email: morweiss (at) ccs.neu.edu.
My Northeastern webpage is available here.


Binary AMD Circuits from Secure Multiparty Computation [proceedings version].
  • With Daniel Genkin and Yuval Ishai.
  • In TCC 2016-B.

Making the Best of a Leaky Situation: Zero-Knowledge PCPs from Leakage-Resilient Circuits [full version, proceedings version].
  • With Yuval Ishai and Guang Yang.
  • In TCC 2016-A.

Practical Solutions For Format-Preserving Encryption [proceedings version].
  • With Boris Rozenberf and Muhammad Barham.
  • In W2SP 2015.

Probabilistically Checkable Proofs of Proximity with Zero-Knowledge [proceedings version].
  • With Yuval Ishai.
  • In TCC 2014.

Zero-Knowledge LTCs and Their Applications [proceedings version].
  • With Yuval Ishai, Amit Sahai, and Michael Viderman.
  • In Approx-Random 2013.


Protecting Obfuscation Against Arithmetic Attacks [full version].
  • With Eric Miles and Amit Sahai.

Invited Talks

Overview of Format-Preserving Encryption at the 6th Bar-Ilan WinterSchool On Cryptography [slides]. 

Practical Solutions for Format-Preserving Encryption at the Technion Cryptoday 2015 [slides].


  • 2015-2016: Lecturer, "Automata and Formal Languages".
  • 2011-2015: head T.A., "Automata and Formal Languages".
  • 2014-2015: T.A., "Cryptography and Complexity".
  • 2013-2014: T.A., "Selected Topics in Cryptography L".
  • 2010-2011: T.A., "Automata and Formal Languages".
  • 2008-2010: Assistant., "Automata and Formal Languages".

Theory Seminar

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 (amipza@cs.technion.ac.il) if you are interested in joining the seminar's mailing list, or in giving a talk at the seminar.

Women @ CS

    During the years 2013-2014 I was part of a team for the integration and advancement of female students in the CS faculty. The team is still actuive at our department - check out the website! [Hebrew, English].