Yan Ji

Yan Ji

PhD student in Computer Science

Cornell University


Hi! I’m a PhD student in Computer Science at Cornell University advised by Prof. Ari Juels. My research interests include

  • blockchains
  • security and privacy
  • applied cryptography
  • distributed systems

I received my Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2017.

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(2022). Broken Proofs of Solvency in Blockchain Custodial Wallets and Exchanges. On IACR eprint.

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(2021). Generalized Proof of Liabilities. In CCS ‘21.

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(2021). SquirRL: Automating attack analysis on blockchain incentive mechanisms with deep reinforcement learning. In NDSS ‘21.

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(2020). BDoS: Blockchain denial-of-service. In CCS ‘20.

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(2019). Tesseract: Real-time cryptocurrency exchange using trusted hardware. In CCS ‘19.

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(2017). Solidus: Confidential distributed ledger transactions via PVORM. In CCS ‘17.

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