Ashish Dwivedi

PhD Student,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Kanpur, 208016

Research Interests

Computational aspect of Number Theory and Algebra, Computational Complexity Theory, Computational Algebraic Geometry

About Me

I am a PhD student (Aug 2017-ongoing) in the department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Kanpur. I am fortunate enough that I am working under the able guidance of Dr. Nitin Saxena and Dr. Rajat Mittal. My research interest lies in the area of theoretical computer science, specifically in Computational aspects of Number theory and Algebra. I am also interested in Computational Complexity Theory and Computational Algebraic Geometry. Actually I have completed my M.Tech thesis (2015-17) in intersection of these two areas under the supervision of Dr. Nitin saxena. Currently I am exploring some challenging open problems in these research areas to continue my research.

Relevant Courses

CS748 Arithmetic Circuit Complexity
CS746 Riemann Hypothesis and its Applications
CS681 Computational Number Theory and Algebra
CS640 Computational Complexity Theory (ongoing)
CS682 Quantum Computation (ongoing)

Teaching Assistantship

ESC101 Introduction to Computing
CS201 Discrete Mathematics
CS251 Computing Laboratory-I
CS203 Abstract Algebra (ongoing)

Talks and Projects

"On the Complexity of Hilbert's Nullstellensatz over Positive Characteristic"
M.Tech Thesis [pdf]