Adam Suhl

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I'm a fourth-year PhD student in CSE advised by Nadia Heninger and Daniele Micciancio. I do cryptography.

My research interests include lattices, postquantum cryptography, and cryptanalysis.
I also help organize Theory/Pizza/Lunch/Crypt, the weekly informal cryptography/TCS seminar.

My (non-cryptographic) hobbies include knitting, cycling, rock climbing, and working on silly electronics projects.
I also help out with UAW 2865, UC's graduate student union. If you want to get more involved in your union, or if your workplace rights are being violated, please reach out!

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