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Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Columbia University, USA, 2020
Email: marshall.ball at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 420
Ext: 83131
Foundations of cryptography, complexity theory 
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, TelAviv University, Israel, 2015
Foundations of cryptography, cryptographic proof systems, quantum cryptography
Note: Starting September 2024

Silver Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Cornell University, USA, 1982
Email: cole at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 417
Ext: 83119
Algorithmics, algorithmic economics and game theory, algorithms in nature and society. 
Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2000
Email: dodis at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 413
Ext: 83084
Cryptography, security, information theory, complexity theory, algorithms. 
Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2000
Email: ag10120 at nyu.edu
Office: WWH 430
Ext: 83272
Approximation and online algorithms, beyond worstcase analysis, metric embeddingsNote: Starting January 2024

Silver Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Princeton University, USA, 2003
Email: khot at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 416
Ext: 84859
Algorithms, computational complexity, and computational intractability. 
Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Paris 7, France, 1993
Email: mohri at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 701
Ext: 83200
Machine learning, computational biology, text and speech processing, algorithms, and theory. 
Silver Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel, 2001
Email: regev at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 303
Ext: 83771
Latticebased cryptography, quantum computation, and mathematical aspects of theoretical computer science. 
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Stanford University, USA, 1983
Email: siegel at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 330
Ext: 83122
VLSI design, analysis of algorithms, lower bounds, parallel algorithms, probability, and combinatorial geometry. 
Professor of Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, Yale University, USA, 1979
Email: yap at cs.nyu.edu
Office: WWH 301
Ext: 83115
Computational geometry, computer algebra, visualization, algorithmic robotics, complexity theory, and numerical robustness issues and exact computation.