Evangelia Anna (Lilika) Markatou

markatou at brown dot edu


I am an assistant professor of cybersecurity at TU Delft. I received my PhD from Brown University, working with Roberto Tamassia.

My interests lie in security and cryptography. I am working at the intersection of privacy and security, aiming to develop secure and private protocols that enable users to utilize cloud computing resources without sacrificing their data.

Prior to starting my PhD, I was Master student at MIT with a concentration in Theoretical Computer Science. My thesis was on theoretical distributed algorithms, supervised by Nancy Lynch. More specifically, I worked on the SINR model, on various problems like leader election, broadcast, and node locating. I earned my B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science with a minor in Mathemantics from MIT.


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