Amit Chakrabarti

Department of Computer Science, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, USA.
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Areas of Interest
Most aspects of Theoretical Computer Science
Especially: complexity theory, data stream algorithms, approximation algorithms
My curriculum vitae as of September 2015
Ph.D., Princeton University, 2002
B.Tech., IIT Bombay, 1997
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Currently Teaching
Not teaching in Summer and Fall 2017
Upcoming Courses
CS 30: Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science, Winter 2018
CS 39: Theory of Computation, Spring 2018
Past Courses

Papers, with brief synopses and downloadable copies
Ph.D. thesis, "Limitations of Non-Uniform Computational Models"
Funding & Awards
NSF CAREER Award; these other NSF awards (from the CCF and IIS divisons);
Karen E. Wetterhahn Award; McLane Family Fellowship; Friedman Family Fellowship.
I am grateful for all of this generous support of my work.
Program Committees
Serving on the program committee (PC) of
  ESA 2017.
Served on the PC of CCC 2017, SODA 2015, RANDOM 2013, STOC 2013, CCC 2008, FOCS 2009,
  COCOON 2010, FSTTCS 2010, TAMC 2011, CATS 2013.
I have served as the Publicity Chair for ACM SIGACT since 2010.
From Spring 2004 to Fall 2007, I organized the Dartmouth Theory Seminars.
Since Fall 2005, I have been organizing the Theory Reading Group.
Graduate: Sagar Kale, Suman Bera
Undergraduate: Yining Chen
Graduate: Anna Shubina, Ph.D., 2007; Joshua Brody, Ph.D., 2010;
  Chrisil Arackaparambil, Ph.D., 2011; Ranganath Kondapally, Ph.D., 2012;
  Zhenghui Wang, M.S., 2013; Pei Wu, M.S., 2015.
Undergraduate: Matthew Jin '17 (High Honors: thesis), Ajay Kannan '15 (Presidential scholar),
  Matthew Harding '13 (High Honors: thesis), Melissa Queen '13 (Honors: thesis),
  Edward Talmage '12 (Honors: thesis), Karn Seth '10 (High Honors: thesis),
  William Henderson-Frost '08 (High Honors: thesis), Owen Worley '09 (Presidential scholar),
  David Blinn '06 (High Honors: thesis), Marco Adelfio '05 (High Honors: thesis),
  Khanh Do Ba '06 (summer project).
Prospective Students
Are you interested in theoretical topics (either algorithms or complexity)?
Are you a CS Major with solid mathematical foundations, looking for a thesis topic?
Please stop by for a chat.

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