Antigoni Polychroniadou is a PhD student at Aarhus University in the cryptography group under the supervision of Ivan Damgård. Her research interests lie broadly in cryptography and the theory of computation. More specifically, her research is mainly focused on the computational/communication/round complexity of either information-theoretic or computationally secure multi-party computation protocols. Antigoni has done research visits with Alon Rosen at IDC Herzliya, with Yuval Ishai at Technion and with Sanjam Garg at UC Berkeley. She holds an MSc in Mathematics of Cryptography and Communications from Royal Holloway University of London, where she was advised by Kenny Paterson. She completed her BA in Computer Science and Economics at the University of Macedonia, Greece.