Contact Info
Phone
(773) 702-1270
Office
Ryerson 165B

Ketan Mulmuley is a professor in the computer science department in the University of Chicago. He works on the geometry complexity theory (GCT) approach towards P vs. NP and other problems.

Research

Focus Areas: Geometric Complexity Theory, P vs NP, Theory

Current work: Developing an approach to P vs. NP and related problems through algebraic geometry and representation theory (Geometric complexity theory)

Please see papers at http://gct.cs.uchicago.edu

Research

Theory

The mathematical foundations of computation, including algorithm design, complexity and logic

Labs & Groups

Theoretical Computer Science Group

The Theory group plays a fundamental role in connecting CS with physics, statistics, and other mathematical sciences.

News & Events

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Aaron Potechin, Expert in Complexity Theory, Joins UChicago CS as Asst. Professor

Sep 28, 2018
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