Duc V. Le

  • Staff Research Scientist, Visa Research
Short Bio:

I am currently a staff research scientist at Visa Research.

I was a postdoctoral researcher at University of Bern, working with Professor Christian Cachin.

I hold a PhD from Purdue University. I was advised by Professor Aniket Kate and Professor Mikhail Atallah

Interests: Applied Cryptography, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, Distributed System

Publications and Preprints


I worked with:

Academic Service

  • 2024:

    FC, PETS
  • 2023:

    CCS, FC, PETS, ESORICS (External Reviewer), ConsensusDay, Science/Stanford of Blockchain Conference (External Reviewer) , ACM SACMAT, IEEE S&P (Poster Jury)
  • 2022:

    ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS), IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing, ConsensusDay, ACM SACMAT
  • 2021:

    IEEE security and privacy on the blockchain (IEEE S&B 2021), IEEE Euro S&P, CCS (Poster Jury)


  • Purdue University (Teaching Assistant):

    CS182 (Foundations of Computer Science), CS381 (Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms), CS528 (Network Security), CS555 (Cryptography). I am indebted to the Purdue Computer Science Department for sponsoring my Ph.D. through their Teaching Assistant program (5 out of 6 years).
  • Univeristy of Bern (Instructor):

    Seminar on Blockchain Privacy (Covering topics ranging from network level privacy to layer 1 privacy).