Aram Harrow

Assistant Professor of Physics
Center for Theoretical Physics

research interests: quantum algorithms, information and complexity theory; representation theory; optimization.

I've written semi-technical overviews of quantum information for CS undergrads and MIT physics alumni.

research: papers (RSS)
talks
teaching: 8.06 (Quantum Mechanics 3) Spring 2014
8.05 (Quantum Mechanics 2) Fall 2013
8.06 (Quantum Mechanics 3) Spring 2013
current Ph.D students: Elizabeth Crosson, Kamil Michnicki, David Rosenbaum, Lukas Svec, Kevin Zatloukal, Anand Natarajan, Kiaran Dave
professional activities: The Quantum Pontiff
QIP steering committee 2011-2014
QIP program committee 2015
TQC 2014 program committee chair
scirate maintainer
Associate Editor for QIC
FAQ Where can I learn about quantum information?
Information for prospective grad students
contact: Center for Theoretical Physics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave, 6-416A
Cambridge, MA 02139

(617) 253-5723
aram@mit.edu