I am an assistant professor in Cornell's computer science department, and a member of the applied math field and the mathematics field. My research to date has focused primarily on the study of lattices. I am also interested more broadly in theoretical computer science, cryptography, and geometry.

I received my PhD from NYU, advised by Professors Oded Regev and Yevgeniy Dodis. Before coming to Cornell, I was a fellow at the Simons Institute in Berkeley, as part of the program Lattices: Algorithms, Complexity, and Cryptography, a postdoctoral researcher at MIT's computer science department, supervised by Vinod Vaikunthanathan, and a postdoc at Princeton’s computer science department and visiting researcher at the Institute for Advanced Study’s math department---both as part of the Simons Collaboration on Algorithms and Geometry.

My email is noahsd@gmail.com. My office is Gates 321.


Selected Talks

(A much more complete list of talks is available in my CV.)


I am fortunate to advise three wonderful PhD students: Yael Eisenberg, Spencer Peters, and Surendra Ghentiyala.