Megumi Ando

Bio

I am a 3rd year PhD student at Brown University's Computer Science Department, studying anonymity and privacy in distributed networks under the guidance of advisors Anna Lysyanskaya (cryptography) and Eli Upfal (machine learning). My first two years of graduate studies at Brown were funded by The MITRE Corp's Accelerated Graduate Degree Program.

Publications

  1. M Ando, A Lysyanskaya, and E Upfal. “Scalable and Provably Secure P2P Communications Protocols.” (in submission).
  2. M Ando and E Upfal. “Minimizing Operational Cost for Zero Information Leakage.” in Proc IEEE ICC, 2017.
  3. M Ando, JD Guttman, AR Papaleo, and J Scire. “Hash-based TPM Signatures for the Quantum World,” in Proc ACNS. June, 2016, pp 77–94.
  4. M Ando and JD Guttman. “Composable Bounds on Information Flow from Distribution Differences,” in Proc QASA/ESORICS. September, 2015, pp 13–29.
  5. M Ando. “From Chaos to Secret Key Agreement.” in Proc IEEE ICC, 2011, pp 1–5.
  6. M Ando, “The Use of a Logistic Map for Key Generation, MEng thesis, EECS, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 2010.
  7. M Ando. “Estimating Normal Vectors of Triangulated Surfaces,” The MIT Undergraduate Journal of Mathematics, 2005, pp 1–12.

Talks

  1. “Minimizing Operational Cost for Zero Information Leakage" @IEEE ICC 2017.
  2. "Hash-based TPM Signatures for the Quantum World" @ANCS 2016.
  3. “Composable Bounds on Information Flow from Distribution Differences" @QASA/ESORICS 2015.
  4. “From Chaos to Secret Key Agreement" @IEEE ICC 2011.

Patents

  1. S Boyer, N Venna, and M Ando. Security Ratings Model, U.S. Patent Application No. 13/240,572.
  2. M Ando. Secret Key Generation. MIT (Cambridge, MA, US), assignee. Patent United States Patent 9319877. 19 Apr. 2016. Print.