ESP Biography
RAHUL SRIDHAR, MIT senior
Major: Course 6 College/Employer: MIT Year of Graduation: 2018 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Not Available. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)C11847: Breaking crypto with Z3 in Splash 2017 (Nov. 18  19, 2017)
Z3 is a powerful theorem prover/SMT solver developed by Microsoft. We will use it to break hash functions, pseudorandom number generators, and more.
S8691: The Tennis Racket Theorem in Splash 2014 (Nov. 22  23, 2014)
Have you ever tried spinning a tennis racket? It's pretty easy to spin one along the axis of the handle, and it's also not that hard to spin it around an axis perpendicular to the plane of the racket, but try spinning it "end over end" about the third axis (in the plane of the racket, perpendicular to the handle) and you'll find that the racket always seems to flip over and start rotating about other axes as it spins. In this class we'll prove mathematically why this is is true, and in the process we'll learn about Euler's equations, the moment of inertia tensor, and more!
M8692: Discrete Calculus in Splash 2014 (Nov. 22  23, 2014)
If you've ever taken a calculus course, you know that integration acts a lot like a sum. We have a lot of rules and theorems for dealing with integrals, so can we transfer some of them over to help us deal with sums? In this class we'll define discrete analogs for the derivative and the integral, and in the process we'll learn about the discrete product rule, the fundamental theorem of discrete calculus, and the discrete version of the number e.
