Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (PGP: 086B3B32)
I am a PhD student at MIT in the PDOS group, advised by Frans Kaashoek
and Nickolai Zeldovich. In my free time, I do AI research with LabSix. I’m
interested in formal verification, distributed systems, systems security, and
In the past, I’ve been an undergraduate at MIT, an intern at OpenAI, an
intern at Dropbox, and an intern at Google. During undergrad, I co-founded
Code for Good and helped run HackMIT.
- Anish Athalye. CoqIOA: A formalization of IO Automata in the Coq Proof
Assistant. Master’s thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June
- Rahul Chatterjee, Anish Athalye, Devdatta Akhawe, Ari Juels, and Thomas
Ristenpart. pASSWORD tYPOS and How to Correct Them Securely. IEEE
Symposium on Security and Privacy 2016. (Distinguished Student Paper Award)
Anish Athalye*, Nicholas Carlini*, and David Wagner. Obfuscated
Gradients Give a False Sense of Security: Circumventing Defenses to
Adversarial Examples. arXiv:1802.00420.
Anish Athalye*, Logan Engstrom*, Andrew Ilyas*, and Kevin Kwok.
Synthesizing Robust Adversarial Examples. arXiv:1707.07397. Oral
Presentation at NIPS MLSEC 2017 Workshop.