# ESP Biography

## CHIRAG FALOR, Class of 2024 studying Theoretical Computer Sc

Major: 18C, 8

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2024

Not Available.

## Past Classes

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M15226: Folding Origami with Math in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
See the amazing world of origami through math! Make a perfectly modular ring, apply your geometry intuition, challenge your paper folding skills.

M15259: XOXO Gossip Girl (*all* the variants of Tic Tac Toe) in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
Disclaimer: This course is not about the TV show Gossip Girl! However, you will still be working with X's and O's as we take you through the variants of "the fun and exciting" game. xoxo tic tac toe

M15279: Diffie-Hellman Protocol in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
Suppose Alice and Bob are spies collaborating on the same project. But they live in different cities and have never met. Worse, their enemy Eve has access to all the messages they send to each other. Is it possible for Alice and Bob to talk with each other and still manage to keep their conversation top-secret? Miraculously, the answer is yes! In 1976, Diffie and Hellman came up with an ingenious way to do precisely this, and created the field of "public-key" cryptography, which is essential to almost every communication that takes place on the internet. In this class, we'll learn about their beautiful protocol, a foundational encryption algorithm and the first public-key encryption system to be published.

S14799: Population Ecology in Splash 2021 (Nov. 20 - 21, 2021)
Was covid-19 completely unexpected? Was it just a once in a lifetime experience? Can we predict such events? In this class, we will explore the mechanisms used by nature to control population and maintain equilibrium and answer the above questions.

M14804: Decimal Expansion of Fractions in Splash 2021 (Nov. 20 - 21, 2021)
Ever been intrigued by the decimal expansions of fractions? Did you know that the expansion of 1/998001 lists all numbers from 000 to 999, except 998, in order? Or that the expansion of 1/998999 lists out the Fibonacci series? Join us on a journey to learn more about these interesting decimal expansions!