I am a third year graduate student in the EECS department at MIT, advised by Professor Dana Moshkovitz. Previously, I was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley, where I primarily worked in the Wireless Foundations group (now Berkeley Laboratory for Information and System Sciences) with Professor Anant Sahai. Currently, I am broadly interested in theoretical computer science, with special interests in complexity theory and coding theory.
Relaxed Locally Correctable Codes
with Tom Gur and Ron Rothblum
A No-Go Theorem for Derandomized Parallel Repetition: Beyond Feige-Killian. [pdf] [arXiv]
with Dana Moshkovitz and Henry Yuen.
in RANDOM 2016.
Side-information in Control and Estimation [pdf]
with Gireeja Ranade and Anant Sahai.
in International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT) 2014
I co-organized the Great Ideas in Theoretical Computer Science Seminar with Tal Wagner from Fall 2014 to Fall 2015.
Email: govind (at) mit (dot) edu