About

  • lastname: Nebhrajani
  • firstname: Aditya

I’m an incoming electrical engineering freshman at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign living in Pune, MH, India. My interests include computer programming, electronics, motorcycles, mathematics, badminton, guitar, and pedagogy.

Specific interests: C, Lisp, GNU Emacs, compiler design, algorithm analysis, cybersecurity and encryption, C++, \(\mathrm{\LaTeX}\), Python, Linux.

Contact

Note that neither Protonmail nor PGP/GPG are a good way to communicate if you must have 100% security, since email metadata is not secure. Use any application that implements the Signal protocol instead. Note that there have been claims that Signal is itself a honeypot.

Site

Most of this site can be navigated using the navigation bar at the top of every page.

This site’s source is on a GitHub repository. This site does not use trackers, so I can’t see that you’ve visited it. Note, however, that the site is hosted by Microsoft’s GitHub, so they almost certainly can. There is a mid- to long-term plan to migrate to a self-hosted website.

No JavaScript is used other than MathJax, a program used to convert \(\mathrm{\LaTeX}\) code to MathML for HTML rendering. MathJax passes most JavaScript security extensions, including Tor’s.

Most of the site is plain HTML, generated by Emacs’ Org mode. CSS is used for most of the styling. This site is designed to be entirely readable and navigable using a text-based browser without any loss in functionality.

As of now, no part of this site has a comment section, since I don’t have the time to moderate for civility.


Created in GNU Emacs 25.2.2 (Org mode 9.3.6).