I’m currently a faculty member in the Faculty of Engineering, Thammasat University, Thailand. My research interests include cryptography, computer and network security, and distributed systems. I completed my Ph.D. in Computer Science at University of California, San Diego. For most of my graduate career, I was a member of the crypto lab in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. My dissertation is entitled “Simultaneously Ensuring Privacy and Authenticity in Digital Communication.”
Before moving to the area of cryptography, I did work with Professor Keith Marzullo and Dr. Jeremy Sussman on an optimistic wrapper service for CORBA called COPE. The system is part of the Serrano project, an ongoing project in collaboration with University of Texas at Austin.
Before moving to UCSD, I worked in the Laboratory of Computer Science at MIT in the Programming Systems Research Group. The project involves exploiting both document content and hyperlink information for document clustering. See our publication for details.
Conferences I am/was a part of.
- CRYPTO 2011
- ASIACCS 2008
- Provable Security 2007
- VietCrypt 2006
- Theory of Cryptography 2006
- ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security 2004
- Applied Cryptography and Network Security 2004
- Information Security and Cryptology 2003
Faculty of Engineering
99 M. 11 Pahonyotin Rd.,
Klong Neung, Klong Luang
Patumtani, Thailand 12120
Tel: 662-564-3003 ext 3063, 3037
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Available in PDF.