Mihir Bellare - Short CV

Current Position: Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California at San Diego.

Research Areas: Cryptography, computer and network security, computational complexity theory.

Professional Experience: Research staff member, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, 1991--1995; Faculty member, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California at San Diego, 1995--present.

Education: Ph.D. in Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technlogy, 1991; B.S. with honors in Mathematics, California Institute of Technology (Caltech), 1986; Baccalaureat Serie C, Ecole Active Bilingue, Paris, France, 1981.

Distinctions and awards: Fellow of the ACM, 2013; Fellow of the IACR, 2012; Levchin prize, 2019; Test of Time Award given at ACM CCS 2011 conference for paper from ACM CCS 2001; ACM Paris Kanellakis Theory and Practice Award, 2009 ; RSA conference award for mathematics, 2003 ; David and Lucille Packard Foundation Fellowship in Science and Engineering, 1996; NSF CAREER Award, 1996; h-index = 104 (source: Google Scholar); Over 55,000 citations overall (source: Google Scholar); Ranked 2nd in world in terms of number of publications in the Crypto, Eurocrypt and Asiacrypt conferences; IBM Outstanding Innovation Award, 1997; IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement award, 1996; IBM Invention Achievement Awards, 1993 and 1995; IBM Author Recognition Award, 1993; Spencer Eaken Allmond Scholarship, 1986; Carnation Prize, Caltech, 1985; Member, Tau Beta Pi honor society.

Publications: Google scholar profile ; dblp.

Impact: Co-developer of HMAC authentication algorithm which is an IETF IPSEC Internet Standard and ANSI X.9 keyed hash standard, currently being used in numerous products including BSAFE (RSA Data Security Corp.), SSL/TLS (3.0 and 3.1), S-HTTP, NetBSD, CDSA; Co-developer of OAEP encryption algorithm which is included in the IEEE P1363 draft standard and the RSA PKCS #1 v2.0 standard; Co-developer of iKP, a family of electronic payment protocols that lead to MasterCard and Visa's SET; Work and papers discussed and cited in numerous textbooks.