Simon Beyzerov

sbeyzero [at] andrew.cmu.edu

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I’m an undegraduate at Carnegie Mellon University studying Computer Science. I enjoy exploring new problems at the intersections of theoretical computer science, mathematics, and software, especially using new theoretical tools to improve the privacy and performance of existing systems. I’m especially interested in theoretical cryptography research and have more recently been curious about systems and cloud computing.

Previously, I worked with the Computational Structures Group @ MIT CSAIL studying privacy-preserving database access under the mentorship of Sacha Servan-Schreiber, and more recently have joined Tensordock as a Software Engineer to help expand their decentralized cloud-GPU network.

Outside of computer science and mathematics you may find me chasing my cat, solving minesweeper puzzles, bouldering, and or walking on my hands. I’m also a big fan of Boston sports, particularly football and basketball!

If you’d like to chat, feel free to reach out!

News

May 31, 2023 Joined TensorDock as a Software Engineer
May 1, 2023 PACLs to appear in IEEE S&P 2023.

Selected Publications

  1. Private Access Control for Function Secret Sharing
    Sacha Servan-SchreiberSimon Beyzerov, Eli Yablon, and 1 more author
    In 2023 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP), May 2023