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Roshan Raghupathy

Roshan Ragupathy is a software engineer and one of the co-founders of the , a verifiable computing protocol. [1]

Education

Raghupathy graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, with a Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering. [1]

Career

In 2014, Raghupathy started his tech career at Boost, a provider of peer-reviewed C++ source libraries, as part of the Google Summer of Code program. He worked on various C++ STL algorithms and general-purpose computing in GPUs. [1]

He joined Microsoft as a software engineer in 2015, working on an agile team and developing a universal app supported by Azure. He helped design the app's architecture and implement its backend. In 2016, he became the lead backend engineer at Cityflo, a daily commute company, where he implemented backends and APIs for various mobile apps and algorithms for vehicle routing. [1]

In 2018, he co-founded alongside and Prateesh Goyal. [1]

Presentations

Kalypso

At Ingonyama’s Accelerate event in December 2023, Raghupathy discussed Kalypso, a circuit-agnostic confidential proof market designed to facilitate computation outsourcing for improved efficiency. offer promise in by proving computations and reducing verifiers' workload. The Kalypso marketplace outsources proof generation for faster, cheaper, and more efficient computation. It prioritizes privacy through secure enclaves, operates independently across ZK circuits, and aims to streamline developer tooling. [2]

Trustless Coprocessors

During the Infracon x GrowthCon event, co-hosted by , Polyhedra, Transak, and , Raghupathy discussed the potential of trustless coprocessors for enabling limitless compute capabilities. He highlighted examples illustrating the limitations faced in the current system and emphasized the need for improved performance and simplicity, particularly for smartphone users. The discussion delved into the advantages of utilizing smart contracts and explored different approaches to leveraging coprocessors, offering insights into their security implications and compatibility with various programming languages and applications. [3]

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