Sagnik Bhattacharya

I am a fourth-year Electrical Engineering undergrad at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, broadly interested in Information Theory and Quantum Computing. I am also interested in Boolean functions and the intersection of statistical physics, theoretical computer science and coding theory.
My CV.
My most recent research has been on classical coding theory bounds, mostly involving attempts to extend the linear programming bound to more general situations under the guidance of Prof Adrish Banerjee.
I have also been working with Prof Sidharth Jaggi on communication using common randomness in the presence of an adversary and with Prof Rajat Mittal on lower bounds on the quantum query complexity of 'interesting' functions. Other things that I have worked on can be found here.
I also like giving talks, and some of those can be found here. I have a blog called Thoughts, Quantized. I happen to have several non-academic interests. Open The Trove to find out more about them.
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