Chenzhi Zhu

I am a third-year Ph.D. student in the cryptography group in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington. I am co-advised by Stefano Tessaro and Rachel Lin.

Prior to this, I received my bachelor’s degree from Yao Class at Tsinghua University. I was visiting CMU during 2019, working under the supervision of Vipul Goyal on cryptography.

I have a broad interest in cryptography and related fields of theoretical computer science. I love solving concrete, discrete problems. My current focus is on various signature schemes, such as blind signatures and threshold signatures.

Publications and Preprints

  1. Better than Advertised Security for Non-Interactive Threshold Signatures
    Mihir Bellare, Elizabeth Crites, Chelsea Komlo, Mary Maller, Stefano Tessaro, and Chenzhi Zhu
    CRYPTO 2022
  2. Francis Y. Yan, Hudson Ayers,  Chenzhi Zhu, Sadjad Fouladi, James Hong, Keyi Zhang, Philip Alexander Levis, and Keith Winstein
    NSDI 2020