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I am a mathematics student at Aalto University, Finland, having received my master's degree in May 2022. I started my doctoral studies at Aalto University in August 2022 under the supervision of Professor Camilla Hollanti in the ANTA group. For 2023 I am supported by the Vilho, Yrjö and Kalle Väisälä Foundation of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters.

My research interests include applications of coding theory in information-theoretically secure distributed computing. For my master's thesis I worked on secure distributed matrix multiplication and was awarded the 2023 Ernst Lindelöf prize for the best master's thesis in mathematics by the Finnish Mathematical Society. Currently I am working on the mathematical foundations of secure distributed computation by studying methods from algebraic coding theory and information theory. I have an Erdős number of 4.

- J. Li,
**O. Makkonen**, C. Hollanti, and O. W. Gnilke, “Efficient Recovery of a Shared Secret via Cooperation: Applications to SDMM and PIR,”*IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications*, vol. 40, 2022.

**O. Makkonen**and C. Hollanti, “Secure Distributed Gram Matrix Multiplication,”*2023 Information Theory Workshop (ITW)*, 2023.**O. Makkonen**and C. Hollanti, “General Framework for Linear Secure Distributed Matrix Multiplication with Byzantine Servers,”*2022 Information Theory Workshop (ITW)*, 2022.**O. Makkonen**and C. Hollanti, “Analog Secure Distributed Matrix Multiplication over Complex Numbers,”*2022 International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)*, 2022.

- C. Hollanti,
**O. Makkonen**, and E. Saçıkara, “Algebraic Geometry Codes for Secure Distributed Matrix Multiplication,” 2023. **O. Makkonen**and C. Hollanti, “General Framework for Linear Secure Distributed Matrix Multiplication with Byzantine Servers,” (submitted, extended version of [C2]), 2023.

- “New Schemes for Secure Distributed Matrix Multiplication: Cooperative and Analog SDMM,” Master's thesis in Mathematics, Aalto University, 2022.