PhD student, Boston University
Rawane Issa is a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Boston University and a Fellow at the Hariri Insitute for Computing. She is interested in Cryptography and specifically in the design and analysis of secure protocols. She is very excited about coming up with privacy preserving algorithm for the public good and would like to get a better understanding of policies surrounding data sharing and computation in the cloud. She works under the direct supervision of Prof. Mayank Varia and previously worked closely with Prof. Andrei Lapets.