About: I am currently a postdoc. For the 2015-2016 academic year, I am a postdoc in the Theory of Computation group at Princeton University. I study the theory of computation (complexity theory), and more particularly the interaction of randomness, algebra, and computation.
I recently received my PhD from MIT where I was co-advised by Prof. Scott Aaronson and Prof. Amir Shpilka. My PhD thesis developed deterministic algorithms to solve cases of the polynomial identity testing problem.
I will be applying for academic positions in the Fall of 2015.
Contact Info: I am most easily reached via email: first two letters of first name, last name, at csail.mit.edu.
Papers (see also CV): arXiv (), ECCC, DBLP (), MathSciNet
CV (2015-01-25): PDF
Other: I created some RSS feeds for some popular theoretical computer science conferences to help myself keep up with new papers. You are welcome to subscribe to them as well, they are located here.
Last Updated: 2015-08-01