Yale post-doctoral researchers Anitha Gollamudi and Raghavendra (Raghav) Pothukuchi have received 2021 Computing Innovation (CI) Fellowships. CI Fellowships are sponsored by the Computing Research Association and its Computing Community Consortium, with strong support from the National Science Foundation.
Anitha completed her PhD in Computer Science (with a focus on Language-Based Security) in the summer of 2021 at Harvard. She is now working on the gradual verification of applications using trusted execution environments in Professor Zhong Shao’s FLINT group.
Raghav completed his PhD in Computer Science in 2020 at UIUC. He has been working with Professor Abhishek Bhattacharjee to develop the computing system frameworks necessary to run models of cognition on existing quantum computers, and has also been studying how best to use abstract computational principles of brain organization to influence the design of next-generation computer systems.
Congratulations to Anitha and Raghav!