Jaiganesh Balasundaram

I am a Ph.D. Student at the University of Toronto (St.George Campus). I belong to the theory group.
I obtained my Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Engineering from College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University, India.

Research Interests
Theoretical cryptography, with a particular interest in indifferentiability of various cryptographic constructions.
My advisor is Prof. Charles Rackoff.

1. Indifferentiability Results and Proofs for Some Popular Cryptographic Constructions
    Jaiganesh Balasundaram
    [ IACR Eprint Archive ]

Courses currently taking

Courses completed
CSC2426 Fall 2012 "Fundamentals of Cryptography"
CSC2203 Fall 2012 "Packet Switching and Network Architecture"
CSC2401 Winter 2013 "Introduction to Computational Complexity"
CSC2419 Winter 2013 "Topics in Cryptography - Secure Multiparty Computation"
CSC2602 Winter 2013 "Topics in Analysis and Computation in Continuous Models: Computational Models of Climate Change"

Currently TAing
CSC373 Summer 2014 "Algorithm Design, Analysis, and Complexity"

Previously TAed
CSC363 Winter 2014 "Computational Complexity and Computability" at UTM
CSC358 Winter 2014 "Introduction to Computer Networks"
CSC236 Fall 2013 "Introduction to Theory of Computation"
CSC373 Summer 2013 "Algorithm Design and Analysis"
CSC358 Winter 2013 "Introduction to Computer Networks"
CSC373 Fall 2012 "Algorithm Design, Analysis, and Complexity"

Email-Id : myfirstname[at]cs[dot]toronto[dot]edu
Office Address:
Room SF4302E,
Sandford Fleming Building,
Department of Computer Science,
University of Toronto,
10 King's College Road,
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G4

Last Updated : July 8, 2014