Before joining UCL, I completed a BSc in Theoretical Physics at QMUL and a MASt in Mathematics in Cambridge. I also spent a summer working on formalised mathematics and interactive theorem proving at the Computer Laboratory in Cambridge with Lawrence Paulson.
My research interests broadly revolve around cryptography and machine learning in the context of privacy and security.
MASt Mathematics, 2016
University of Cambridge
BSc Theoretical Physics, 2015
Queen Mary, University of London
Twenty-sixth International Workshop on Security Protocols (19/03/2018 - 21/03/2018)
Financial Cryptography and Data Security 2018 (26/02/2017 - 24/06/2017)
EPFL Blockchain Summer School (21/06/2017 - 24/06/2017)
MSc project co-supervision with Steven Murdoch:
Privacy preserving continuous authentication (2017-2018)
COMP210P - Introduction to Programming (2016-2017 Term 2)
Incentives in Security Protocols Sarah Azouvi, Alexander Hicks, Steven Murdoch Twenty-sixth International Workshop on Security Protocols
Smart Contracts for Bribing Miners Patrick McCorry, Alexander Hicks, Sarah Meiklejohn The 5th Workshop on Bitcoin and Blockchain Research