Kelvin Li

Research Fellow



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 which is also a part of the School of Computing. My current research interests are in lattice-based cryptography and homomorphic encryption, in particular for graph databases. I am supervising a couple of undergraduate and master research projects. If you are seeking a research project in cryptography or related areas, I am happy to have a chat.

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