James Bartusek is a third-year PhD stu-
dent in computer science at UC Berkeley, advised by Prof. Sanjam Garg. Previously, he obtained an undergraduate and
master’s degree in computer science from Princeton, where
he was advised by Prof. Mark Zhandry. His research interests
are in the foundations of cryptography and other topics in
security and theoretical computer science.
CLTC Grant Projects
- Practical Pre-Constrained Cryptography (Or: Balancing Privacy and Traceability in Encrypted Systems) (2022)