Bio

Since October 2020, I have been a CNRS researcher at LIP6 (CNRS/Sorbonne Université). Previously, I was a post-doc at CWI and QuSoft, a research fellow at the Simons Institute (UC Berkeley) and a PhD student at Université Paris Diderot, where I was affiliated to IRIF. I got my Master's and Bachelor's degree from University of Campinas.

[CV] (last updated on 02/11/2020)

Contact

E-mail: Alex.Bredariol-Grilo

Research interests

  • Quantum computing
  • Interactive proof systems and PCPs
  • Complexity theory
  • Cryptography

Employment

  • CNRS researcher - LIP6 (Sorbonne Université/CNRS)
    From 10/2020 to present

  • Post-doc - CWI and QuSoft
    From 06/2018 to 09/2020
    Supervisors: Ronald de Wolf, Stacey Jeffery and Christian Schaffner(informal)

  • Research Fellow - Simons Institute, UC Berkeley
    From 01/2020 to 05/2020

  • Lecturer (ATER) - Université Paris Diderot
    From 09/2017 to 04/2018

Education

  • PhD in Computer Science - Université Paris Diderot, France
    From 09/2014 to 04/2018
    Title: Quantum proofs, the Local Hamiltonian problem and applications
    Advisor: Iordanis Kerenidis

  • MSc. in Computer Science - University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
    From 03/2012 to 04/2014
    Title: Quantum Computing and Theoretical Computer Science
    Advisor: Prof. Arnaldo Vieira Moura

  • BSc. in Computer Science - University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
    From 03/2007 to 07/2011

Professional Services

  • Editor: Quantum
  • PC member: Asiacrypt 2021, ITCS 2022, QIP 2022
  • Reviewer:
    Conferences: AISACCS, AQIS, AsiaCrypt, COLT, FOCS, ICALP, ITC, QCrypt, QIP, SODA, STOC, TCC
    Journals: QIC, Quantum, SICOMP, TCS, TQC (ACM), ToC