Dr. Dana (Glasner) Dachman-Soled, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park.
She is affiliated with the Maryland Cybersecurity Center. She is supported in part by an NSF CAREER award, a Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement award, a financial assistance award from NIST and a research partnership award from Cisco. She is also the recipient of a Summer 2016 Research and Scholarship (RASA) award.
Prior to joining University of Maryland, she spent two years as a postdoc at Microsoft Research New England. Before that, she completed her PhD at Columbia University under the supervision of Prof. Tal Malkin.
Her research interests are in cryptography, complexity theory and security. She has broad interests in cryptography including security against physical attacks, post-quantum cryptography, secure multiparty computation, and black-box complexity. She is also interested in property testing of Boolean functions and cryptographic hardness of learning.