My research focuses on trustless and scalable cross-chain communication protocols, aiming to remove the necessity for trusted intermediaries and centralized exchanges in the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Other research includes analysis of attacks vectors in permissionless blockchains, mining pools and exchanges.
I am also interested in sharding proposals and secure consensus upgrade mechanisms, e.g., velvet forks.
Teaching and Work Experience
I help teach the Principles of Decentralized Ledgers course for computing students at Imperial College London (Teaching Assistant).
Previously, I worked as a teaching assistant at TU Wien, helping run BSc and MSc courses on software engineering.