Matluba Khodjaeva

Matluba Khodjaeva

Assistant Professor
Phone number: 
(212)237-8087
Room number and address: 
New Building 6.65.19

Education

Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY (2017,  Computer Science / Cryptography)

M.Phil., The Graduate Center, CUNY (2017,  Computer Science)

M.S., City College of New York, CUNY (2017,   Computer Science)

M.A., Hunter College, CUNY (2011, Mathimatics )

B.A., Hunter College, CUNY (2011, Mathimatics )

 

Bio

Matluba Khodjaeva is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Graduate Faculty in the Digital Forensics and Cyber Security program and Doctoral faculty of Computer Science at the Graduate Center of CUNY. Her research interests is in Cryptography, it mainly in the area of secure outsourcing computations to the cloud. Her Ph.D is from The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2017.

Course Taught

CSCI 360 : Cryptography and Cryptanalysis

CSCI 489 Independent Study in Cryptography

FCM 741: Applied Cryptography

Scholarly Work

  •  Mitigating Threats and Vulnerabilities of RFID in IoT through Secure Delegation of Exponentiation to a Single Malicious Server, M. Khodjaeva, M. Obaidat, D. Salane,  in: the book chapter in Springer 2019.

 

  • Efficient and Secure Delegation to a Single Malicious Server: Exponentiation over Non-Abelian Groups, G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, in: International Congress on Mathematical Software -- ICMS 2018, Lecture Notes Comp. Sc. 10931 (2018), 137--146.

 

  • Computing Multiple Exponentiations in Discrete Log and RSA Groups: From Batch Verification to Batch Delegation, G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, in: Communications and Network Security (CNS), 2017 IEEE Conference on,  531--539.

 

  • Practical and Secure Delegation of Exponentiations over Discrete-Log Groups to a Single Malicious Server, G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, in: 9th ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop (CCSW 2017).

 

  •  Secure Delegation of Exponentiations from Client to Single Malicious Server,  M. Khodjaeva (PhD thesis), The Graduate Center, CUNY, NY (2017).

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