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Hi, I am Wen Wang, currently a research scientist at Intel Labs. I received my Ph.D. Degree from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Yale University, working with Prof. Jakub Szefer in the intersection of applied cryptography, computer architecture, and hardware security.

I am broadly interested in exploring agile and cost-effective cryptographic solutions to keep hardware devices secure against existing attacks as well as potential threats from the future. In particular, I have recently worked on building hardware architectures for post-quantum cryptography, that is, cryptosystems deployed in classical computers conjectured to be secure against attacks utilizing large-scale quantum computers.

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