Amit Sahai
Associate Professor at UCLA
Ph.D.,
M.I.T.
, 2000
I have moved to the University of California, Los Angeles. My new homepage is
here
.
Primary research interest: Foundations of Cryptography
I'm also interested in many other aspects of theoretical computer science. See Research below.
Research and On-Line Papers.
Ph.D. Students:
Manoj Prabhakaran
Edith Elkind
Shien Ong
Postdocs:
Yuval Ishai
(Spring/Summer 2002)
Teaching:
Spring 2004: COS 433 -- Cryptography
Fall 2003: COS 597E -- Derandomization
Spring 2003: COS 598C -- Complexity and Applications of Lattice Problems
Fall 2002: COS 487 -- Theory of Computation
Spring 2002: COS 522 -- Computational Complexity
Fall 2001: COS 496 -- Cryptography
Spring 2001: COS 111 -- Computers and Computing
Office hours: By appointment.
Program Committees:
I am (or have been) on the program committees for the following conferences. Be sure to submit your best papers to these conferences, and attend them too!
Eurocrypt 2001
, Innsbruck, Austria
Complexity 2002
, Montreal, Canada
Program Chair:
RANDOM 2003
, Princeton, August 24-26, 2003.
Served on Ph.D. thesis committees of Benjamin Gum, Yaoyun Shi, and Amit Chakrabarti.
Room 406
Department of Computer Science
35 Olden St.
Princeton, NJ 08540
United States of America
Phone: (609) 258-0255
Click on this sentence for my PGP public key.