I go by Rachel, but my official name is Huijia Lin, which appears in all my publications and official documents.
I am interested in exploring all theoretical aspects of cryptography, as well as its intersection with various domains in computer science, such as, complexity theory, algorithm design, learning, and security.
CSE 426: Introduction to Cryptography (Undergraduate) (Multiple Offering)
CSE 526: Introduction to Cryptography (Graduate) (Multiple Offering)
CSE 599: Lattices and Lattice-based Cryptography (Spring 2022)
I am grateful to all my wonderful students and postdocs.
Postdoc 2019-21 → Peking University (Assistant Professor)
Marshall Ball Postdoc 2020-21 (CI Fellow) → New York University (Assistant Professor)
Christian Matt Postdoc 2017-18 → Concordium (Senior Researcher)
Program Committees: CRYPTO 2017, 2015, 2013. EUROCRYPT 2019. FOCS 2023, 2019. STOC 2022, 2016. TCC 2021, 2020, 2016-B, 2016-A.
Theory of Cryptography Conference (TCC) Steering Committee, 2018-now
SIGSAC Doctoral Dissertation Award Committee, 2022
PI of the Simons Collaboration on the Theory of Algorithmic Fairness, 2020-2024