Ravital Solomon

I'm a cryptographer and co-founder of Sunscreen.

My research focuses on privacy-preserving computation using lattice-based cryptography, a type of post-quantum cryptography.

Sunscreen is a result of my time at NuCypher, where I worked as a cryptographer. Prior to that, I was part of the 11th London cohort of Entrepreneur First. I completed my Master's at Oxford in math where I wrote my dissertation on lattice-based group signatures, focusing on their application to constructing an anonymous reputation system. My undergrad was in pure math at Berkeley, where I was fortunate enough to be introduced to lattices by Ken Ribet.

I'm also very interested in education. I currently volunteer as both a mentor and part of the alumni engagement team at Minds Matter SF. During my time at Berkeley, I was a math tutor at the Student Learning Center (SLC).

Artwork done by my good friend—Helen Hu.