Swastik Kopparty

Department of Mathematics and
    Department of Computer Science
University of Toronto

Research Interests: Theoretical Computer Science, Discrete Mathematics, Error-Correcting Codes, Complexity Theory, Probabilistic and Interactive Proofs, Finite Fields, Randomness and Pseudorandomness.

Previously, I had been a faculty member at Rutgers University for 10 years. Before that, I did my postdoc at the Institute for Advanced Study, my PhD at MIT, and my undergrad at the University of California, Riverside.

I am a Scientific Advisor to StarkWare.


Swastik Kopparty

Local links

theory events, theory reading group

PhD Students

Current: Harry Sha, Gal Gross, Fatemeh Ghasemi

Graduated: Brian Garnett (2016), John Kim (2016), Ross Berkowitz (2017), Amey Bhangale (2017), Mrinal Kumar (2017), Danny Scheinerman (2018), Abhishek Bhrushundi (2020), Aditya Potukuchi (2020), Justin Semonsen (2020), Vishvajeet N (2022)


Courses at Rutgers

Videos of miscellaneous talks

Error-correcting codes (IAS "mathematical conversation")