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.


I am currently a Teaching Assistant for:


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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