Bristena Oprisanu

PhD Candidate at UCL

I am a PhD Candidate within the Information Security Research Group at UCL. My research focuses on Enabling Progress in Genomic Research Via Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing, and it is currently sponsored by Google Inc. I am supervised by Dr. Emiliano De Cristofaro and Dr. Christophe Dessimoz. Previous to this I did an MSc in Information Security at UCL, and an MSci in Mathematics with Economics at UCL as well.

My research interests include privacy enhancing technologies, applied cryptography and cryptanalysis.

Teaching

I am currently a Teaching Assistant for:

Papers

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AnoniMME: Bringing Anonymity to the Matchmaker Exchange Platform for Rare Disease Gene Discovery

Bristena Oprisanu and Emilliano De Cristofaro

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Ciphertext-only attacks and weak long-term keys in T-310

Nicolas T. Courtois and Maria-Bristena Oprisanu

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Cryptographic Security Analysis of T-310

Nicolas T. Courtois, Klaus Schmeh, J ╠łorg Drobick, Jacques Patarin, Maria-Bristena Oprisanu, Matteo Scarlata, Om Bhallamudi

Contact Me

 Email:   bristena (dot) oprisanu (dot) 10 (at) ucl (dot) ac (dot) uk