|Born||1969 (age 49–50)|
|Alma mater||Princeton, 1996|
|Thesis||Studies in Computational Number Theory with Applications to Cryptography (1996)|
|Doctoral advisor||Richard J. Lipton|
Boneh is one of the principal contributors to the development of pairing-based cryptography from the Weil Pairing, along with Matt Franklin of the University of California, Davis. He joined the faculty of Stanford University in 1997, and became professor of computer science and electrical engineering. He teaches massive open online courses on the online learning platform Coursera. In 1999 he was awarded a fellowship from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. In 2002, he co-founded a company called Voltage Security with three of his students. The company was acquired by Hewlett Packard in 2015.
In 2018, Boneh became co-director (with David Mazières) of the newly founded Center for Blockchain Research at Stanford, predicting at the time that "Blockchains will become increasingly critical to doing business globally."
Some of Boneh's results in cryptography include:
Some of his contributions in computer security include:
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