Eric Miles
I recently received my Ph.D. from Northeastern University, where I was fortunate to have been advised by Emanuele Viola.
Beginning this fall, I am very excited to be joining the cryptography/security group at UCLA as a postdoctoral researcher!
I am interested in theoretical computer science generally; much of my research focuses on the foundations of cryptography.

Algorithms, Complexity, and Cryptography at Northeastern

Succinct and explicit circuits for sorting and connectivity
with Hamid Jahanjou and Emanuele Viola

Local reductions
with Hamid Jahanjou and Emanuele Viola

Amplifying privacy in privacy amplification
with Divesh Aggarwal, Yevgeniy Dodis, Zahra Jafargholi and Leonid Reyzin
CRYPTO 2014 - IACR International Cryptology Conference

Iterated group products and leakage resilience against NC1
ITCS 2014 - ACM Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science

Shielding circuits with groups
with Emanuele Viola
STOC 2013 - ACM Symposium on the Theory of Computing

Substitution-permutation networks, pseudorandom functions, and natural proofs
with Emanuele Viola
CRYPTO 2012 - IACR International Cryptology Conference

On the complexity of constructing pseudorandom functions (especially when they don't exist)
with Emanuele Viola
Journal of Cryptology (to appear)
preliminary version in TCC 2011 - IACR Theory of Cryptography Conference

Ph.D. thesis
Towards bridging theory and implementation of cryptographic primitives
Northeastern University, 2014

Instructor: Discrete Structures Spring 2009
Teaching Assistant: Theory of Computation Fall 2010
Theory of Computation Spring 2012

Despite some evidence to the contrary, I am not now nor have I ever been a member of the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club.