Elaine Runting Shi is a Chinese and American computer scientist and cryptographer, whose research has included work on blockchain and smart contracts, secure distributed systems, and the oblivious RAM model, and cryptographic techniques for encrypted computation. She is an associate professor of computer science at Cornell University.[1]

Education and career

Shi is originally from Hangzhou, and did her undergraduate studies at Tsinghua University[2] before completing her doctorate in 2008 at Carnegie Mellon University.[1] Her dissertation, Evaluating Predicates over Encrypted Data, was supervised by Adrian Perrig.[3]

She worked as a researcher at PARC and the University of California, Berkeley, and as an assistant professor at the University of Maryland, College Park[4] before joining the Cornell faculty in 2015.

She is a recipient of a Packard Fellowship, a Sloan Fellowship, an ONR YIP award, and various other best paper awards.

References

  1. ^ a b "Elaine Shi", Faculty directory, Cornell Engineering, retrieved 2020-05-22
  2. ^ "Welcome Elaine Shi", Spotlights, Cornell Engineering, retrieved 2020-05-22
  3. ^ Elaine Shi at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  4. ^ Elaine Shi, Simons Institute, retrieved 2020-05-22