|Publications:||Most publications are available on-line. Also choose by topic: randomness extractors and applications; other pseudorandomness and explicit constructions; coding theory; complexity theory and compression; distributed computing, cryptography, and security; inapproximability; random walks on graphs; communication complexity; randomized algorithms; finance; expository.|
|Overview/Bio||Non-technical research summary
Can Random Coin Flips Speed Up a Computer?, an essay targeting a general audience.
|Talks:|| The Power of Randomness in Computation,
aimed at a general audience.
Research overview talk for CS 398T
Some invited talks
program committee chair
Theory of Computing editorial board
Prospective students and interns:
Please read before emailing me.
Current PhD students: Abhishek Bhowmick, Eshan Chattopadhyay, Xue Chen.
Former students: Xin Li (PhD, 2011), Raghu Meka (PhD, 2011), Jesse Kamp (PhD, 2007), Anindya Patthak (PhD, 2007), Anup Rao (PhD, 2007)
Former postdocs: Mahdi Cheraghchi (2010-11), Ariel Gabizon (2010), Tugkan Batu (2003-04), Amnon Ta-Shma (1999-2000), Alex Russell (1997-99)
Algorithms and Computational Theory group
Brother: Daniel Zuckerman
|Fall 2014:||Theory of Computation (CS 353), an undergraduate course.|
|Fall 2014:||Coding Theory (CS 395T), a graduate course.|
|Spring 2014:||Combinatorics and Graph Theory (CS 388C), a graduate course.|
|Spring 2013:||Algorithms and Complexity (CS 378), a required undergraduate course.|
|Fall 2009:||Pseudorandomness (CS 395T), a graduate seminar.|
|Fall 2008:||Randomized Algorithms (CS 388R), a graduate course.|
|Spring 2004:||Polynomials and Computation (CS 395T), a graduate seminar.|
|Lecture Notes:||Pseudorandomness and Combinatorial Constructions (CS 395T), a graduate-level introduction to my research area (2001).|