Mark Zhandry is a Senior Scientist at NTT Research in the Cryptography & Information Security Lab. His primary research focus is cryptography, though he am broadly interested in all aspects of computer science theory. Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at Princeton University, before going on leave to help launch NTT's new industry research lab in California and ultimately making the move permanent.
He completed a postdoc at MIT, a PhD at Stanford University and a bachelor's degree with Highest Honors at UC Berkeley. He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award and the Sloan Fellowship, as well as three Best Paper Awards, given every year to the top paper at each of the flagship cryptography conferences.