Guy_Rothblum_SquareI am a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of Science.

I have a wide interest in theoretical computer science, with a focus on cryptography,  privacy-preserving data analysis and complexity theory. My research aims to promote a foundational understanding of security, privacy, and reliability concerns in computation.

Brief Biography. Before joining Weizmann, I was a researcher at Samsung Research America (2015-2016) and at Microsoft Research’s Silicon Valley Lab (2011-2014). I have also been a visiting researcher at the Computer Science Department at Stanford University (2014-2015) and a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Computer Science Department at Princeton University (2009-2011).

Education. I completed my Ph.D. at MIT, where my advisor was Shafi Goldwasser, and my M.Sc. at The Weizmann Institute of Science, where my advisor was Moni Naor.


New and exciting! SCADA 2018: Societal Concerns in Algorithms and Data Analysis

Closely related. My brother Ron also does Crypto!