Portrait of Esha Ghosh

Esha Ghosh



I am a researcher in the Cryptography group at Microsoft Research, Redmond. I graduated from Brown University in 2018. During my Ph.D I was awarded the Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant 2017-2018, and the Paris C. Kanellakis Fellowship. My research interests include  secure computation, public key infrastructure, blockchain applications and data structures.

Before joining Brown, I completed my M.S at the Theory group at IIT Madras in India in 2011. Between 2011-12, I worked at the Fixed Parameter Algorithms group at IMSc.

I am speaking at Theory and Practice of Blockchains 2019 (May 27 to May 29, 2019 at Aarhus University).
I am on the PC of ISC – 2019. Consider submitting your work!
We won the 2018 iDASH Genome Privacy and Security Competition with Aikaterini Sotiraki and Hao Chen for Secure Search of DNA Segments in large Genome Databases