I currently hold a personal Veni grant from NWO, which I have taken with me to Denmark via the "Money Follows Researcher" scheme, and I am part of the MSCA doctoral training network "Quantum-Safe Internet". In addition I have been awarded a Sapere Aude grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark, which will start September 2023.
I have served/am serving on the program committees of a number of conferences, including PKC 2022, TQC 2022, PQCrypto 2022&2021, SAC 2021, ITC 2021, Eurocrypt 2021, QIP2020 and QCrypt 2020.
I am an assistant professor of cryptography at DTU Compute, the Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at the Technical University of Denmark. My research areas are post-quantum and quantum cryptography, and quantum information theory. I find the interplay of the algebraic structure of quantum mechanics and the computational framework of modern cryptography, as well as representation-theoretic and combinatorial techniques, particularly interesting.
I hold a PhD degree in mathematics, which I obtained from the Department of Mathematical Sciences at University of Copenhagen under the supervision of Matthias Christandl. Before that, I studied physics at University of Freiburg where my M.Sc. thesis was supervised by David Gross.
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