Renlord Yang, M.Sc(Unimelb)


I am currently a PhD candidate enrolled in the University of Melbourne, Australia and I am also afilliated with Data61, CSIRO, Australia. My research focuses on improving transaction verification throughput on decentralized cryptocurrency networks. More specifically, my collaborators and I look at the existing bottlenecks that makes it difficult to improve transaction verification throughput. This typically involves empirical analysis and measurement works of sorts, proposed solutions are then primarily motivated by the identified bottlenecks. The research effort strongly focuses on maintaining the default trust assumptions held by the incumbent users and seek to discover solutions that are compatible with existing trust assumptions without introducing new assumptions that weaken the existing security model. My doctoral advisors are Dr. Toby Murray and Prof. Udaya Parampalli and I work closely with Dr. Paul Rimba.


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