Yassine Hamoudi

Postdoctoral Fellow, Simons Institute, UC Berkeley

Yassine Hamoudi is a Quantum Postdoctoral Fellow at Simons Institute and UC Berkeley, hosted by Umesh Vazirani. He is interested in the algorithmic and complexity-theoretic aspects of quantum computing, in relation to the Monte-Carlo method and cryptography.

Quantum Computing, Algorithm Theory, Computational Complexity, Monte Carlo Method