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Scott M. Aaronson

Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Affiliations

Institute for Quantum Computing

Postdoctoral Fellow


Complexity Zoo

Founder


theComplexity Zoo

Founder


FQXi

Members


California Society of Plastic Surgeons

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University of Waterloo

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American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery

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Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

Board of Trustees Member


Education

General Equivalency Diploma

New York State


Juris Doctorate

University of Toledo


M.D.

The Morrow Institute


Masters of Business Administration

University of Toledo


Other Degree

University of Miami School of Medicine


Ph.D.

UC Berkeley


Ph.D.

University of California , Berkeley


Ph.D.

University of California at Berkeley


Ph.D.

Computer Science

University of California-Berkeley


bachelor's degree

Cornell University


undergraduate degree

Western Michigan University


Web References(139 Total References)


The Brain Preservation Foundation - Contact

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Scott Aaronson On The Relevance Of Quantum Mechanics To Brain Preservation, Uploading, And Identity.
Scott Aaronson On The Relevance Of Quantum Mechanics To Brain Preservation, Uploading, And Identity.


About the Authors: Theory of Computing: An Open Access Electronic Journal in Theoretical Computer Science

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Scott Aaronson
Scott Aaronson associate professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology Scott Aaronson received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University and his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley. He is known for his blog and for founding theComplexity Zoo. He publishes often in Theory of Computing . His advisor is Scott Aaronson. His research interests are in quantum computing and complexity theory.


admin | QUISCO

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Scott Aaronson Distinguished Lecture at the Informatics Forum
Scott Aaronson Visits QUISCO We're delighted to announce that Prof. Aaronson will be visiting us from July 9 till July 13 and will present a series of lectures on quantum complexity theory covering topics on complexity of linear optics and information content of quantum states. Scott Aaronson is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. He received his PhD in computer science from University of California, Berkeley and did postdocs at the Institute for Advanced Study and the University of Waterloo. Scott's research interests center around fundamental limits on what can efficiently be computed in the physical world. This has entailed studying quantum computing, the most powerful model of computation we have based on known physical theory. He also writes a popular blog, and is the creator of the Complexity Zoo, an online encyclopedia of computational complexity theory. He is the recipient of NSF's Alan T. Waterman Award for 2012. I'm delighted to announce that Prof. Aaronson will be visiting us from July Scott Aaronson is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. He received his PhD in computer science from University of California, Berkeley and did postdocs at the Institute for Advanced Study and the University of Waterloo. Scott's


Canada leading the way to quantum future | Quantumrun

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Scott Aaronson, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is one of the most vocal of these.
On his blog, Aaronson says that D-Wave's claims are "not supported by the evidence currently available. Scott Aaronson BBC(3)


Spies are keen on quantum computing, claims Washington Post | seQre

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Scott Aaronson of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) says that it's unlikely that the NSA project is much further ahead of public quantum-computing research.


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