James R. Lee

James R. Lee

Professor
Computer Science
University of Washington

Paul G. Allen Center, Room 640
jrl [at] cs [dot] washington [dot] edu

UW THEORY GROUP

Spring 2016: Computability and complexity theory
Winter 2016: Entropy optimality
Winter 2015: Randomized algorithms
Foundations of Computing I [AU'15, SP'15]

Associate Editor, SIDMA.
Associate Editor, SICOMP.
I was on the program committees for
SODA 2014, ICALP 2014, and FOCS 2014.

Research interests:
Algorithms, complexity, the theory of computation. Geometry and analysis at the interface between the continuous and discrete. Probability and stochastic processes.

Students: Jeffrey Hon
Ben Eggers, Yuegi Sheng, Austrin Stromme

Postdocs: Ronen Eldan (now at Weizmann)

CV

Talks and events:   [earlier | later]

Selected recent works:   [ click on authors for abstract; expand / collapse all ]

Some older selected papers:   [ click on authors for abstract; expand / collapse all ]

My research has been generously supported by the National Science Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, Microsoft, and the Simons Institute.