About Me

Jianqiao Mo 2020-08-09

Email:   jqmo@nyu,edu

Welcome to Jianqiao Mo’s Pages!

I’m an PhD student at New York University, BAAHL lab of Electrical and Computer Engineering department. My adviser is Prof. Brandon Reagen. I’m broadly interested in hardware accelerator, computer architecture, machine learning and security.

My research focuses on faster privacy-preserving computation (or secure multi-party computation). Currently, I am working on designing accelerators for one of the cryptographic protocols, the Garbled Circuits (GC).

       Figure: Apply privacy-preserving computation on private inference.

Before NYU, I got my bachelor’s degree from Nanjing University where I worked as a research intern at ICAIS lab advised by Prof. Zhongfeng Wang.

Resume, Github, Linkedin, GoogleScholar

I can also share you some materials about GC if you are interested: