About

I am a researcher in Constructive Security and Programming Principles and Tools groups at MSR Cambridge, UK. I am also the Microsoft Fellow at Darwin College, Cambridge University. Before MSR I was a Ph.D. student at Brown University working with Roberto Tamassia.

I am interested in security and data privacy of cloud storage and computation including private access to remote storage, verification of outsourced computation and data integrity protocols. My other interests include algorithms, data structures and theory.

News

Other

[2017]

[2016]

[2015]

[2014]

[2013]

  • Haze: privacy-preserving real-time traffic statistics
    J. W. S. Brown, O. Ohrimenko, and R. Tamassia
    In ACM SIGSPATIAL Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (SIGSPATIAL/GIS).
  • Computer Security
    O. Ohrimenko, C. Papamanthou, and B. Palazzi
    In Handbook of Graph Drawing and Visualization.
    Book chapter

[2012]

[2011]

[2009]

  • Propagation via Lazy Clause Generation
    O. Ohrimenko, P. Stuckey, and M. Codish
    In Constraints Journal, Volume 14.
    Journal

[2008]

[2007]

Miscellaneous

Education

2008-2013 Sc.M., Ph.D. Brown University
2004-2007 B.CS. (Hons) The University of Melbourne

Internships

  • 2012 IBM Research Zurich with Christian Cachin
  • 2012 MSR Redmond with Seny Kamara
  • 2010 Google NYC, Search team
  • 2009 Google CA, AdSense
  • 2008 Optiver, Australia

Other

I was lucky to work with bright interns Divya Sharma (Carnegie Mellon University) in 2014, Esha Ghosh (Brown University) in 2015, Sameer Wagh (Princeton University) in 2016, Kartik Nayak (The University Of Maryland) in 2017.

On the program committee of Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC 2018), CCS Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2014, WPES 2015), AsiaCCS Workshop on Security in Cloud Computing (AsiaCCS-SCC 2015), Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2016), CCS posters&demos (CCS 2016).