Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Visiting Graduate Student
Matthew Coudron is an adjunct faculty member in the University of Maryland Department of Computer Science, a member of QuICS, and a research scientist at NIST. Before joining NIST/QuICS/UMD he completed a postdoc at the IQC/University of Waterloo. Before that he completed a PhD at MIT, advised by Peter Shor. He is broadly interested in theoretical computer science, especially quantum computation, algorithms, and complexity.
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