Ilya Razenshteyn

GENERAL INFORMATION

I am a Simons Junior Fellow at Columbia University hosted by Alexandr Andoni.

In August 2017 I graduated with Ph.D. in Computer Science from MIT Computer Science and AI Laboratory, where I was privileged to be advised by Piotr Indyk. Check out my thesis “High-Dimensional Similarity Search and Sketching: Algorithms and Hardness”. I graduated in June 2012 from Moscow State University with B.S. in Mathematics; my advisors were great Maxim Babenko and Sasha Shen.

In 2018 I am joining the Machine Learning and Optimization group at Microsoft Research Redmond as a researcher.

I do Theoretical Computer Science. My research interests are revolving around efficient algorithms for massive datasets with geometric structure.

I help organizing TCS+: a series of online seminars in Theory. Watch some of the past talks: the speaker list can easily compete with any offline seminar I know of! If you want to suggest a speaker, fill a form.

My wife does Theory as well!

VIDEOS OF MY TALKS

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

See the full list of papers (with slides, posters, videos etc).

TEACHING


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