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Nationality  Latvian

Name  Andris Ambainis
Doctoral advisor  Umesh Vazirani
Andris Ambainis

Born  18 January 1975 (age 48) Daugavpils, Latvia (1975-01-18)
Alma mater  University of Latvia University of California, Berkeley
Known for  Quantum walks Quantum algorithms Quantum complexity theory
Notable awards  International Mathematical Olympiad gold medal (1991)
Education  University of California, Berkeley, University of Latvia
Fields  Quantum information, Quantum computing, Theoretical computer science

Institutions  University of Latvia

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Andris Ambainis (born 18 January 1975) is a Latvian computer scientist active in the fields of quantum information theory and quantum computing. He has held past positions at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, New Jersey and the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo. He is currently a professor in the Faculty of Computing at the University of Latvia. He received a Bachelors (1996), Masters (1997), and Doctorate (1997) in Computer Science from the University of Latvia, as well as a Ph.D. (2001) from the University of California, Berkeley. Ambainis has contributed extensively to quantum information processing and foundations of quantum mechanics, mostly through his work on quantum walks and lower bounds for quantum query complexity. In 1991 he received a perfect score and gold medal at the International Mathematical Olympiad. He won an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in 2008.


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