서울, June 2019.
Juspreet Singh Sandhu
Email: jus065 (at) g.harvard.edu
I am a PhD student in Computer Science at Harvard University. I am interested in Theoretical Computer Science, particularly Quantum Information & Complexity.
Previously, I was a Research SWE at Kensho, Inc. in the Graph Infrastructure team. I finished my undergraduate studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a BS in Physics, and minors in Computer Science & Mathematics.
- Entropy Flattening, TGINF, Harvard, March 16 (2020)
- The FEI conjecture: Motivations, Applications & Special Cases, TGINF, Harvard, September 23 (2019)
- Brascamp-Lieb, Subbaditivity of Entropy & Log-Sobolev Inequalities, TGINF, Harvard, August 12 (2019)
- Entropic Inequalities, TGINF, Harvard, July 15 (2019)
- Random Circuit Sampling & Quantum Supremacy, TGINF, Harvard, March 4 (2019)
- Teaching Fellow, CS-182 - Artificial Intelligence, Harvard, Fall 2020.
- Teaching Fellow, AM-105 - Differential Equations, Harvard, Spring 2020.
- Teaching Fellow, AM-250 - Information Theory, Harvard, Fall 2019.
- Teaching Fellow, AM-104 - Complex Analysis, Harvard, Fall 2019.