amct «at» ucsc·edu
Ana became part of the SSRC in summer 2015 after completing undergraduate work at UMass Amherst in theoretical computer science. Ana was a math and computer science major, with minors in sustainable food/farming, and physics. In graduate school, Ana has focused on systems research, from both a theoretical and applied angle. Ana is in the PhD program at UCSC, and hopes to graduate by June 2020.
Ana's work focuses on data confidentiality, privacy, and security within the context of operating systems and storage systems. Ana's interests include data privacy, steganography and deniability, oblivious computation and storage, access pattern recognition, and secure secret splitting. Ana has worked extensively on the background, theoretical underpinnings, and system design for the deniable file system.
Ana's current focus is oblivious storage, specifically, LSM-Tree Structured Oblivious RAM, with the goal of making oblivious RAM practical and widely used. Ana has mentored many undergraduates in research, on topics such as foiling facial recognition, detecting IMSI catchers, and doing statistical analysis of write patterns on disk.
Please feel free to contact Ana at amct at ucsc dot edu. Mail may be sent to Ana at UCSC, 1156 High Street, SOE 3, Santa Cruz CA, 95064.
|Aug 13, 2019||
Ethan L. Miller,
Darrell D. E. Long,
Artifice: A Deniable Steganographic File System,Proceedings of the 9th USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet (FOCI '19), August 2019. [Secure File and Storage Systems] [Deniable File Systems]
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