Notorious Coins

Have you ever found yourself reading a problem in an exam and never forget it again because it gives you chills as well as makes you want to solve it every time you come across it? Well, the geek in me found one such problem in the final exam I took with my advisor Jared […]

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“Irrational” Coin Flips

Recently I came across this very interesting problem : How can you simulate an unbiased coin flip with a biased coin? What about the other way round?. Although the problem is not new (to me as well), this time I found myself with a good solution for the same, which I though would be nice to […]

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Mid South Theory Day 2016

Hey all! I will be attending the Mid South Theory Day 2016 at the Louisiana State University on 9th December, 2016 to give a talk on our latest result in the field of secure multiparty interactive computation. Stay tuned for an awesome algorithm that compiles a noise free protocol (asynchronous) into a robust protocol that can […]

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