Kelvin Li

Research Fellow

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CSIT Building 108, Office N243


Data Science
Software Innovation Institute

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Research interests Graph theory, computational complexity theory, Bayesian network structure learning, differential privacy, lattice-based cryptography, homomorphic encryption.


I am a research fellow in the Software Innovation Institute, the School of Computing. My research interests include graph theory, Bayesian networks, secure computation using differential privacy and homomorphic encryption, lattice-based cryptography. Please feel free to contact me if you want to do a research project with me.

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