mitropolsky @ cs 。columbia 。edu
Aliases: Danny, Dan, Dani, Mito, Даня, Даниил Всеволодович Митропольский, 水戸智, 刘智龙
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I am a second year PhD student at Columbia University in the Theory of Computation group and the NLP group.
I have the pleasure of being advised by Christos Papadimitriou and Michael Collins. I am interested in everything, but my main research interests are:
- mathematical models of the brain, particularly assembly calculus
- complexity theory, including total complexity and foundational cryptography
- language; computational linguistics, NLP
Before starting my PhD, I lived in San Francisco and worked as a Software Engineer at Google on the Google Search team.
Before that, I did my undergrad at Yale University where I graduated summa cum laude with an intensive B.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. in Computer Science.
- R. Kleinberg, D. Mitropolsky, C. Papadimitriou, “Total Functions in the Polynomial Hierarchy”, 12th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science Conference (ITCS), 2021, ECCC link
- C. Papadimitriou, S. Vempala, D. Mitropolsky, M. Collins, W. Maass, “Brain Computation by Assemblies of Neurons”, in PNAS, vol. 117, no. 25, June 2020
- C. Papadimitriou, S. Vempala, D. Mitropolsky, M. Collins, W. Maass, L. Abbott, “A Calculus for Brain Computation”, in CCNeuro, Berlin, Germany, 2019.
- D. Jensen, A. Deveau, J. Kainic, D. Mitropolsky, “Gonality of Random Graphs”, in Involve, vol. 9, no 4, 715-720, 2016
Errata for Computational Complexity (Arora Barak)