I like things theoretical and applied in cryptography, algebraic number theory, computer security, and programming languages. I am in the process of rewriting this blog in Rust.
Friends with Websites
Sam Freedman is doing a PhD on spaces where every point is associated with a fiber bundle of a non-orientable genus-∞ Riemann surface. Pranav Srinivasan is still waiting for his build to finish. Eric Winsor studies transfinite Lyndon words and is doing a PhD in computer architecture at on the side. Noah Luntzlara studies whatever he’s told. Ben Gould is studying film and literature. Lillian Huang builds low-shot Newfoundland/not-Newfoundland classifiers. Makana Castillo-Martin is completing her degree at the Oregon School of Lifts, Squats, and the Press. Erica Blum blockchains generalized models of blockchain in order to optimize maximum blockchain per blockchain. And Upamanyu Sharma has not been seen in several years. If you have any information as to his whereabouts, you’re probably next.
What to Consume
Well I’m flattered that you asked. Some papers I like are: Gentry’s beautifully written exposition to fully-homomorphic encryption, Cloudflare’s Privacy Pass whitepaper, Key-Homomorphic PRFs and their applications, and Session Resumption Protocols and Efficient Forward Security for TLS 1.3 0-RTT.
Also listen to The Dollar Signs.
For researchy things, email me at
micro @ cs.umd.edu
For anything else, it’s
michael @ mrosenberg.pub