Who is Teaching What Fall 2014

Who Is Teaching What in the TOC Group Fall 2014 (EECS) (Math) Grid Version (Spring 2014) (Fall 2013) (Spring 2013)  (Other Semesters)

Scott Aaronson: 6.845: Quantum Complexity Theory, Wed. 2-5pm (34-301)

Bonnie Berger: (not teaching)

Constantinos Daskalakis:  6.046J/18.410: Design and Analysis of Algorithms Tues./Thurs. 11am-12:30pm (26-100).

Erik Demaine: 6.890 Algorithmic Lower Bounds: Fun with Hardness Proofs, Tues./Thurs. 3:30-5pm (34-303).

Alan Edelman: (not teaching)

Michel Goemans: (not teaching)

Shafi Goldwasser: (not teaching)

Piotr Indyk: 6.893 Special topics: Algorithms and Signal Processing, Mon./Wed. 12:30-2pm (34-301).

David Karger:  6.854J/18.415: Advanced Algorithms, Mon./Wed./Fri. 2:30-4pm (32-155).

Jon Kelner: (not teaching)

Tom Leighton:  6.042J/18.062: Mathematics for Computer Science, Tues./Thurs. 2:30-4pm (32-123).

Charles Leiserson: 6.172: Performance Engineering of Software Systems, Fri. 10am-12pm (3-370).

Nancy Lynch:  6.852J/18.437: Distributed Algorithms, Tues./Thurs. 11am-12:30pm (4-237) and 6.S899 Distributed Graph Algorithms*, Fri. 11am-12:30pm (4-145)

Albert Meyer:  6.UAT Preparation for UAP, Thurs. 4-5pm (32-123), Mon. 3-4pm (32-082), and Monday 4-5pm (32-082).

Silvio Micali:  6.006:Introduction to Algorithms, Tues./Thurs. 11am-12pm (54-100).

Ankur Moitra: 6.042J/18.062: Mathematics for Computer Science, Tues./Thurs. 2:30-4pm (32-123).

Dana Moshkovitz:  6.046J/18.410: Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Tues./Thurs. 11am-12:30pm (26-100).

Ron Rivest:  6.S897/17.S952: Elections and Voting Technology, Tues./Thurs. 2:30-4pm (34-301).

Ronitt Rubinfeld: (not teaching)

Nir Shavit: (not teaching)

Peter Shor: 18.310: Principles of Applied Mathematics, Mon./Wed./Fri. 12-1pm (4-163).

Mike Sipser: 6.840J/18.404: Theory of Computation, Tues./Thurs. 2:30-4pm (E25-111).

Madhu Sudan:  (not teaching)

Vinod Vaikuntanathan: 6.006: Introduction to Algorithms, Tues./Thurs. 11am-12pm (54-100).


*Note: Other instructors for this course include Mohsen Ghaffari  (PhD student) and Dr. Stephan Holzer.