Maciej Obremski – short CV

 

Education:

 

            2009    MSc in Mathematics,

From: Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw,

Title of dissertation: Extreme Points Methods and Their Application to Abstract Bochner Theorem Proof

Supervisor: Prof. Stanisław Kwapień

 

            2013    PhD in Computer Science

From: Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw,

Title of dissertation: Flexible Two-Source Extractors and their Applications

Supervisor: Prof. Stefan Dziembowski

 

 

Employment:

 

            October 2011- June 2013

                        Faculty MIM UW (as above),

Research assistant

 

            June 2013- September 2013

                       Faculty MIM UW

                       Research adjunct
  

            September 2013-

                        Cryptography Group, MIMUW

                        Post-doc researcher      


            October 2013-

                       Faculty MIM UW,

                       Assistant



Teaching:

      

            Analysis, Class, Faculty of Economics, UW

                       2009-2010, 2 groups,

                       2010-2011, 4 groups,

                       Students Evaluation: 92%

           

            Probability Theory and Statistics, Class, faculty of MIM, UW

                       2010-2011, 1 group,

                       Students Evaluation: 87%

           

            Cryptography, Class, Faculty of MIM, UW

                       2011-2012, 1 class,
                       2014-2015, 1 class + lectures

                       Students Evaluation: not enough data.

 

            Boolean Functions and Randomness Extractors, Lecture and Class, Faculty of MIM, UW

                       2013-2014, 1 class + lecture
                       2014-2015, 1 class + lecture 

                       Students Evaluation: not enough data.

 

 

Grants and Research :

 

            Grants participation:

                       -“Cryptography on Non-Trusted Machines” (ERC Starting Grant)

                                   Researcher under supervision of Professor S.Dziembowski

                       -CSPPA- (FNP Welcome Grant)

Researcher and later Senior Researcher under supervision of

Professor S.Dziembowski

                                                                     

 

            Current research areas:

                       -Leakage resilient cryptography

                       -Two-source extractors theory

                       -Non-malleable codes and reductions

 

 

Publications and Papers Ready for Submission:

 

                        "Non-Malleable Codes from Two-Source Extractors"

S.Dziembowski, T.Kazana, M.Obremski

Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO 2013 - 33rd Annual Cryptology Conference,
Santa Barbara, CA, USA

 

                       “Leakage Resilient Non-Malleable Codes”

                       D.Aggarwal, S.Dziembowski, T.Kazana, M.Obremski

                       Twelfth IACR Theory of Cryptography Conference TCC 2015

                      

                       “Non-Malleable Reductions and Applications"

                       D.Aggarwal, Y.Dodis, T.Kazana, M.Obremski

                       accepted to the 47th ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC 2015),
                       Portland, OR, USA