CONTACT

[*first two letters of firstname*][*lastname*] at csail.mit.edu

ABOUT

I am currently 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 received my PhD from MIT where I was co-advised by Scott Aaronson and Amir Shpilka. My PhD thesis developed deterministic algorithms to solve cases of the polynomial identity testing problem. After my PhD I was a postdoc at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing and the Institute for Advanced Study.

RESEARCH

A full list of my papers can be found on my CV. Partial lists are available on the arXiv (), ECCC, DBLP (), or MathSciNet.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

*I will be applying for academic positions in the Fall of 2015.*

I am co-organizing (with Amir Shpilka and Ramprasad Saptharishi) the 4th Workshop on Algebraic Complexity Theory (WACT 2016), to be held at Tel-Aviv University in February 2016. Please consider coming!