|Publications:||Most publications are available on-line. Also choose by topic: randomness extractors and applications; other pseudorandomness and explicit constructions; coding theory and curve fitting; communication complexity; compression and lower bounds; cryptography, distributed computing, and security; inapproximability; random walks on graphs; randomized algorithms; finance; expository.|
|General Audience Essays/Talks:||
100-second talk about randomness on the Academic Minute.
How random is your randomness, and why does it matter?, with Eshan Chattopadhyay about our recent work.
Can Random Coin Flips Speed Up a Computer?
The Power of Randomness in Computation, PowerPoint slides.
about my recent
which won a
Best Paper Award at
Non-technical research summary
|Talks:|| Research overview talk for CS 398T
Some invited talks
Prospective students and interns:
before emailing me.
Current PhD students: William Hoza, Fu Li
Current postdocs: Dean Doron (joint with Dana Moshkovitz), Pooya Hatami
Former students: Xue Chen (PhD, 2018), Eshan Chattopadhyay (PhD, 2016), Abhishek Bhowmick (PhD, 2015), 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 2018:||Theory of Computation (CS 353), an undergraduate course.|
|Spring 2018:||Randomized Algorithms (CS 378), an undergraduate course.|
|Fall 2017:||Pseudorandomness (CS 395T), a graduate seminar.|
|Spring 2016:||Theory of Computation (CS 388T), a graduate 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, now CS 331), a required undergraduate course.|
|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).|