Halo, this is Tian. I am currently a PhD student at Purdue University, working with Professor Aniket Kate. I received my undergraduate degree in Economics from Renmin University of China, Beijing, China. I expect to receive my Master degree in CS from Purdue University, West Lafayette, US, in May, 2022.
My research interests are mostly in game theory, mechanism design and secure computation. I usually work on problems related to correctness, privacy protection and incentive design in secure distributed computation. In general, my motivation for research is to understand costs of delegating centralized functionalities to distributed computation.
Secret-Shared Secret Guessing Game and Its Applications. Tiantian Gong, Aniket Kate. 33rd Stony Brook International Conference on Game Theory. Jul 18-21, 2022.
Towards Overcoming the Undercutting Problem. Tiantian Gong, Mohsen Minaei, Wenhai Sun, Aniket Kate. In Financial Cryptography and Data Security (FC) 2022. [FC22] [arxiv]
OpenSquare: Decentralized Repeated Modular Squaring Service. Sri AravindaKrishnan Thyagarajan, Tiantian Gong, Adithya Bhat, Aniket Kate, Dominique Schröder. In ACM Computer and Communication Security (CCS) 2021. [eprint][talk]
Fault Detection and Recovery in BFT SMR Protocols. Tiantian Gong, Kartik Nayak, Jianting Zhang, Aniket Kate.
Secret-Shared Secret Guessing Game and Its Applications. Tiantian Gong, Alexandros Psomas, Aniket Kate.
Transaction Re-Ordering in Atomic Broadcast. Tiantian Gong, Aniket Kate. [arxiv]
Divorce Negotiator. Tiantian Gong, Aniket Kate.
FairPoS: Input Fairness in Proof-of-Stake with Adaptive Security. James Chiang, Bernardo David, Ittay Eyal, Tiantiang Gong. [eprint]
Collusion Mitigation in Multi-Server PIR. Tiantian Gong, Ryan Henry, Alexandros Psomas, Aniket Kate. [arxiv]