- Junior Research Fellow
- Academic Research
Dionysis Zindros is a cryptography and blockchain researcher at the University of Athens, working with Aggelos Kiayias. His research interests include blockchain foundations, superlight clients, and consensus compression. He has published and presented at conferences such as IEEE Security and Privacy, Financial Crypto, Black Hat, and Real World Crypto. He is a co-founder of OpenBazaar. Dionysis is a security and software engineer by training. He has worked at Google’s incident response development team and Twitter’s product security team. In these roles, he helped shape the W3C’s Content Security Policy and investigated compression and encryption composition attacks against the internet’s Transport Layer Security protocol. Dionysis holds a PhD in cryptography from the University of Athens and an electrical and computer engineering diploma from the National Technical University of Athens. He started collaborating with IOHK in 2016 as a researcher through the blockchain technology lab at the University of Athens.
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