I am a Research Scientist in the Brain Team at Google Research. Previously I was at IBM Research - Almaden. I completed my PhD in Computer Science at Harvard University in 2016, where I was extremely fortunate to be advised by Salil Vadhan. Before that, I was at the University of Canterbury in my hometown of Christchurch, New Zealand.
My research interests include principled approaches to data privacy (specifically, differential privacy), its connections to learning and generalization (particularly in the adaptive setting), and pseudorandomness.
Last updated September 2022 by Thomas Steinke.