Reza Shokri is a NUS Presidential Young Professor of Computer Science. His research focuses on data privacy and trustworthy machine learning. He is a recipient of the IEEE Security and Privacy (S&P) Test-of-Time Award 2021, for his paper on quantifying location privacy. He received the Caspar Bowden Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies in 2018, for his work on analyzing the privacy risks of machine learning models. He received the NUS Early Career Research Award 2019, VMWare Early Career Faculty Award 2021, and Intel Faculty Research Award (Private AI Collaborative Research Institute) 2021, 2022. He obtained his PhD from EPFL.