Srinivasan Raghuraman is a graduate student in Computer Science at CSAIL, MIT. His main research interests include cryptography and complexity theory. He works in the area of secure multi-party computation, with a focus towards constructing primitives and protocols that use a limited amount of resources—be it computational, hardware or the assumptions involved. He also works on number theory and algebra, constructing mathematical objects that would be useful in cryptography. Srinivasan is a Siebel Scholar, Class of 2017, as well as an Irwin Mark Jacobs and Joan Klein Jacobs Presidential Fellow, 2015.
- Data Privacy: Foundations and Applications, Spring 2019. Visiting Graduate Student.