Yongshan Ding is an assistant professor of computer science at Yale University. Prior to that, he received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and his B.Sc. degrees in computer science and physics from Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on quantum algorithms, systems software, and architecture. His work has been recognized with two Best Paper Awards by IBM Q and QCE'20 and two Honorable Mentions in IEEE Micro Top Picks. Additionally, Ding is the lead author of a textbook, Quantum Computer Systems, in Morgan-Claypool Publisher's synthesis lectures in computer architecture. He has been awarded a Siebel Scholarship and a William Rainey Harper Dissertation Fellowship.
- Summer Cluster in Quantum Computation, Summer 2021. Visiting Graduate Student.