Manuel Sabin  |  Located in cafes around Berkeley

I am in my last year of my PhD at UC Berkeley, advised by Shafi Goldwasser and Christos Papadimitriou. I am interested in:

– Fine-grained Complexity Theory, Pseudorandomness, Cryptography, Circuit Lower Bounds, and how these all influence each other.

– Algorithmic “Fairness” and examining technology and the field itself’s methodologies through an interdisciplinary, socio-technical lens.

I have spent past semesters visiting (chronologically) Ryan Williams, Russell Impagliazzo, Andrej Bogdanov, and Alon Rosen. Before all this, I spent much time in the Math Lab at CSU Sacramento receiving my BA in Mathematics and Applied Computing. See my CV for more.