Foteini Baldimtsi

I am an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at George Mason University. My research interests are in cryptography, security and data privacy with a special focus in electronic cash, Bitcoin and blockchain technologies and private authentication techniques. My research is supported by NSF, NSA, DHS and an IBM faculty award. 

I received my Ph.D. from Brown University in May 2014 where I was supervised by Anna Lysyanskaya. During my time at Brown I was fortunate to spent a semester at Microsoft Research in Redmont, WA working in the Cryptography group with Melissa Chase and a summer at IBM Research in Zurich working as a member of the Cryptography and Security group. From 2014 to 2016 I was postdoctoral researcher in the BU Security group at Boston University and also had a research affiliation with the Crypto.Sec group at University of Athens. 


Program committees:

NDSS 2019, PETS 2019, IEEE S&P 2019, FC 2019, ACM-CCS 2018, CRYPTO 2018, BITCOIN 2018, EuroSec 2018, SCNS 2018, ACM-CCS 2017, Bitcoin Scaling Workshop 2017, PST 2017BITCOIN 2017, FC 2017, IEEE EuroS&P Blockchain Workshop 2017, SCN 2016BITCOIN 2016 

Technical Reports
  • Attacks on the AKACP Protocol, K. Chalkias, F. Baldimtsi, D. Hristu-Varsakelis, S.T. Halkidis and G. Stephanides, IACR Cryptology Eprint Archive, 2010/500, 2010.

Contact address:
Foteini Baldimtsi
CS Department
George Mason University
4400 University Drive MSN 4A5
Fairfax, VA 22030 USA