Anand is a fifth-year PhD student in the Center for Theoretical Physics at MIT, supervised by Aram Harrow. His research is in theoretical quantum information. He is particular interested in nonlocality (e.g. Bell inequalities and nonlocal games), quantum complexity theory (especially the power of quantum interactive proof systems), and semidefinite programming hierarchies. Anand's favorite complexity classes are MIP* and QMA(2).
- Summer Cluster: Challenges in Quantum Computation, Summer 2018. Visiting Scientist.