Samson Zhou |
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Hi, I'm a Postdoctoral Fellow at
Purdue University, hosted by Jeremiah Blocki.
My research interests lie broadly in the fields of approximation algorithms and sublinear algorithms, with an emphasis
on streaming algorithms.
Previously, I was a
graduate student in the
Department of Computer Science at
Purdue University, where I was fortunate to be advised by Greg Frederickson
and Elena Grigorescu.
I was a member of the Theory Group and for the Fall 2016 - Fall 2017 semesters, I organized the
TCS Reading Group.
Here are some of my favorite links.
Spring 2018: CS 584: Theory of Computation/Complexity Theory (Teaching Assistant)
Spring 2016: CS 381: Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms (Teaching Assistant)
Fall 2015: CS 580: Algorithm Design and Analysis (Teaching Assistant, ACM Graduate TA Award)
You may reach me at:
samsonzhou AT gmail DOT com
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