Saba Eskandarian

Office: Gates Building, Room 494 Zoom


I am a PhD student in the Applied Cryptography Group at Stanford University. My advisor is Dan Boneh. I completed my bachelor's and master's degrees in Computer Science with an undergraduate minor in Applied Mathematics at the University of Virginia, advised by Mohammad Mahmoody.

Photo by Maxwell Cornwell



  • Spring 2020:
  • Fall 2019:
  • CS356, Topics in Computer and Network Security (Stanford):
  • Winter 2018:
  • CS255, Introduction to Cryptography (Stanford)
  • Remote Student Teaching Excellence Award
  • Fall 2017:
  • CS154, Introduction to Automata Theory and Complexity (Stanford):
  • Department award for top 5% of CAs
  • Spring 2016:
  • CS3102, Theory of Computation; CS4102, Algorithms (UVA):
  • Spring 2015:
  • CS3102/6160, Theory of Computation (UVA):
  • 2011-2012:
  • Introduction to Computer Science (Langley High School):