Luca Trevisan was a Senior Scientist at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing from 2014 to 2019, and served simultaneously as professor of electrical engineering, computer science, and mathematics at UC Berkeley. Luca received his PhD at the Sapienza University of Rome, advised by Pierluigi Crescenzi. He was a postdoc at MIT as well as DIMACS, and taught at Columbia University and at Stanford. He has been a recipient of the STOC Best Student Paper Award, the Sloan Fellowship, and the Oberwolfach Prize. His research focuses on computational complexity theory and on spectral graph theory. He is currently on the faculty at Bocconi University in Milan.
- Computational Complexity of Statistical Inference, Fall 2021. Workshop Organizer.
- Summer Cluster: Error-Correcting Codes and High-Dimensional Expansion, Summer 2019. Visiting Scientist.
- Pseudorandomness, Spring 2017. Visiting Scientist, Program Organizer and Workshop Organizer.
- Algorithmic Spectral Graph Theory, Fall 2014. Visiting Scientist and Program Organizer.
- Real Analysis in Computer Science, Fall 2013. Visiting Scientist, Program Organizer and Workshop Organizer.