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, Mathematics)

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

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

CSC 79000.16 Ind Study/Research Project (at the Graduate Center)

Scholarly Work

Journal Papers:  

  • G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, “Efficient and Secure Delegation of Exponentiation in General Groups to a Single Malicious Server”, in: Mathematics in Computer Science Journal, Springer 14, no. 3, 641-656 (2020).
  • G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, “Delegating a Product of Group Exponentiations with Application to Signature Schemes”, in: Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, De Gruyter 14, no. 1, 438-459, (2020).
  • M. Obaidat, I. Shahwan, A. Hassebo, S. Obeidat, M. Ali, M. Khodjaeva, “SNR-Based Early Warning Message Scheme for VANETs”, in: Journal of Mobile Multimedia, pp. 163-190 (2020).

Conference Papers:

  •        G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Secure and Efficient Delegation of  Pairings with Online Inputs,  in: Liardet PY., Mentens N. (eds) Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications. CARDIS 2020. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 12609,  Springer, Cham (2020).
  •       G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Secure and Efficient Delegation of Elliptic-Curve Pairing, in: 1–20, ACNS 2020, Applied Cryptography and Network Security, Lecture Notes Computer Science (2020).
  •        M. Obaidat, M. Khodjaeva, S. Obeidat, D. Salane and J. Holst, Security Architecture Framework for Internet of Things (IoT), in: 2019 IEEE 10th Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics & Mobile Communication Conference (UEMCON), New York City, NY, USA, 2019, pp. 0154-0157.
  •        G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Secure Delegation to a Single Malicious Server: Exponentiation in RSA-type Groups, in: 5th IEEE  Workshop on Security and Privacy in the Cloud, pages 1-9, Washington DC, SPC, June 10-12, 2019.
  •        G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Efficient and Secure Delegation to a Single Malicious Server: Exponentiation over Non-Abelian Groups, in: International Congress on Mathematical Software -- ICMS 2018, Lecture Notes Comp. Sc. 10931 (2018), 137—146, July 24-27, 2018, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.
  •        G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Computing Multiple Exponentiations in Discrete Log and RSA Groups: From Batch Verification to Batch Delegation, in: Communications and Network Security (CNS), 2017 IEEE Conference on,  531—539.
  •        G. Di Crescenzo, M. Khodjaeva, D. Kahrobaei, V. Shpilrain, Practical and Secure Delegation of Exponentiations over Discrete-Log Groups to a Single Malicious Server, in: 9th ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop (CCSW 2017). 

Book Chapters:

  •         M. Obaidat, M. Khodjaeva, J. Holst, M. Ben Zid, Security and Privacy Challenges in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks, in: Mahmood Z. (eds) Connected Vehicles in the Internet of Things. Springer, Cham, 2020.
  •        M. Khodjaeva, M. Obaidat, D. Salane, Mitigating Threats and Vulnerabilities of RFID in IoT Through Outsourcing Computations for Public Key Cryptography, in: Mahmood Z. (eds) Security, Privacy and Trust in the IoT Environment. Springer, Cham, 2019.

PhD Thesis:

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

Honors and Awards

  • NSF CISE-MSI: RCBP-ED: SaTC, Co-PI, “Cultivating and Developing Research Talent to Support Research in Cyber-Security”, PI: S. Jain, and Co-PIs: M. Khodjaeva, M. Maras, H. Johnson, S. Graff, 2021-2023, $299,993.
  • National Science Foundation, NSF 21-528 Campus Cyberinfrastructure, CC* Planning: “Undertaking a Process that will Create a Comprehensive Blueprint for Improving Cyber-Infrastructure at John Jay College, CUNY”, Member for application, with Anthony Carpi (PI), Shweta Jain (Co-PI), Marie-Helen Maras (Co-PI) 2022-2023, $100,000.
  • PSC-CUNY- Grant 52, July 1 2021 – June 30 2022 Grant, CUNY Research Foundation Grant, Principal Investigator (PI), ($6,000).
  • 2019-2020 Funded Research Faculty Development program, October 20 2019 -- March 25 2020, Project # 90671-00 08, ($1,500).
  • 2019-2020 Inclusive Syllabus Seminar stipend, September 26 2019 – May 7 2020, ($1,200).
  • PSC-CUNY- Grant 51, July 1 2020 – June 30 2021 Grant, CUNY Research foundation Grant, Principal Investigator (PI), ($6000).
  • PSC-CUNY- Grant 50, July 1 2019 – June 30 2020 Grant, CUNY Research foundation Grant, Principal Investigator (PI), ($6,000).

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