Institute for Advanced Study
Avi Wigderson has been a professor in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study since 1999. There, he leads the Institute’s Computer Science and Discrete Math Program and works in the theory of computation, a field which studies the mathematical foundations of computer science. He is interested in algorithms, Boolean and arithmetic circuit complexity, communication and proof complexity, cryptography, randomness, as well as the interactions of the field with other sciences including mathematics, physics, biology and economics.
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November 9, 2016