I am currently a first year PhD student in computer science at Cornell University. Previously, I was a Research Fellow at Microsoft Research India working with Navin Goyal. Prior to that, I was an undergraduate majoring in Mathematics at the Indian Institute of Science, under the supervision of Bhavana Kanukurthi.
I am broadly interested in theoretical computer science. Less broadly, I am interested in learning theory, complexity theory and probability. A specific interest of mine is to understand the role that notions from geometry, analysis and probability theory play in learning theory and complexity theory.
PhD in Computer Science
Cornell University
BS in Mathematics, 2017
Indian Institute of Science
Find below a short list of my talks. For a more complete list, see this page.
Here are a few courses in the past for which I was a teaching assistant.
Computational Complexity Theory 2016 @ IISc
Instructor - Chandan Saha
Theoretical Foundations of Cryptography 2016 @ IISc
Instructor - Bhavana Kanukurthi