Alexandra KollaI am an Associate Professor at the Computer Science Department at CU Boulder.
I got my PhD at U.C. Berkeley. My advisor was Umesh Vazirani. After that, I did a postdoc at the Institute for Advanced Study and at Microsoft Research in Redmond. Before joining CU Boulder, I was a professor at UIUC.
Research interests: Spectral Graph Theory, Algorithms, Complexity, Convex Programming, Quantum Computing.
I am particularly interested in the use of spectral methods in graph algorithms
CU Boulder Campus
Fall 2020, Linear Algebra with Computer Science Applications, CSCI2820.
Spring 2020, Introduction to Quantum Computing, CSCI/PHYS 3090.
Fall 2019, Introduction to the Theory of Computation, CSCI 5444.
Fall 2018, Complexity Theory, CSCI 7000-005.
Spring 2018, Discrete Structures, CSCI 2824.