Rio LaVigne


Rio LaVigne
Graduate Student in CSAIL, Theory of Computation
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

About Me

I am a third year CS PhD student advised by Virginia Williams and Vinod Vaikuntanathan. I am interested in cryptography and complexity theory  —  and especially the problems in their intersection. Recently I've been exploring topology-hiding computation (a generalization of MPC) and fine-grained cryptography.

Last year I spent a couple of months in Israel working with Elette Boyle, Tal Moran, and Adi Akavia. Before my time at MIT, I was an undergraduate at Stanford, where I worked with Dan Boneh and Ryan Williams.

For more details, check out my cv.