Saba Eskandarian

Office: Gates Building, Room 494 Zoom

Email: saba@cs.stanford.edu

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

Papers


Teaching

Instructor
  • Spring 2020:
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TA
  • Fall 2019:
  • CS356, Topics in Computer and Network Security (Stanford):
  • Winter 2018:
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  • CS255, Introduction to Cryptography (Stanford)
  • Remote Student Teaching Excellence Award
  • Fall 2017:
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  • 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):

Talks