My full name, in Vietnamese, is Dinh Tien Tuan Anh. In research publication, I go by the name “Tien Tuan Anh Dinh”. In life, people call me Anh.

I am currently a faculty at the Singapore University of Technology and Design, in the Information System and Technology Design (ISTD) pillar. My research lies at the intersection of distributed systems, databases and security. I am interested in building and applying security primitives, either based on cryptography or trusted hardware, to improve both security and performance of large scale systems. My PhD was in applying formal methods to verify security properties of P2P systems. My latest interest is centered around blockchains.

Prior to this, I was a senior research fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS), working with Professor Ooi Beng Chin on databases and security. Before that, I was a research fellow at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), also in Singapore, working with Professor Anwitaman Datta and cloud-based systems. I spent few months at Singtel as a research engineer. I also spent four months at Microsoft Research in the networking and systems group. I got my PhD from the University of Birmingham, UK, under the supervision of Professor Mark Ryan.