Dr Daniel Gardham
Academic and research departmentsSurrey Centre for Cyber Security, Computer Science Research Centre, School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering.
I am an Early Career Research Fellow in the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security. My research is in applied cryptography, in particular in the areas of privacy-preserving cryptography and authentication protocols. Recently I have taken an interest in using post-quantum techniques, such as protocols using lattice-based cryptography.
Previously I was a postdoctoral researcher in the Crypto Group at Royal Holloway, University of London. Before then I obtained my PhD from the University of Surrey in 2021 under the supervision of Mark Manulis. My thesis aimed to develop functionality of attribute-based signatures in both classical and post-quantum settings. Before that, I completed an MMath at the University of Bath with focus on algebra, analysis and probability.