My research is centered around problems at the interface of theoretical computer science, quantum information and cryptography. I use complexity theory as a tool to study problems in quantum computing, and quantum mechanical phenomena as a way to gain a new perspective on classical concepts from theoretical computer science.
- Fall 2016: Quantum Cryptography. This course is an introduction to quantum cryptography. It is offered simultaneously as an EdX course. Video modules, lecture notes and quizzes will be available weekly on EdX. In class we will review the material and dive deeper.
- Spring 2016: CS101abc, Introduction to Theoretical Cryptography. Topic: around the Quantum PCP conjecture.