Worked as a Postdoc at CWI
Email: alexg at cwi dot nl
Research lines: (quantum) complexity theory, (quantum) cryptography
Alex Bredariol Grilo obtained his PhD in Université Paris Diderot, under the supervision of Iordanis Kerenidis. Before that, he did his Master and Bachelor studies in Computer Science at University of Campinas, Brazil. After, Alex worked as a postdoctoral researcher at QuSoft and CWI, hosted by Ronald de Wolf and Stacey Jeffery. And currently works as a CNRS researcher at LIP6 (CNRS/Sorbonne Université)
Alex is interested in (quantum) complexity theory and (quantum) cryptography, mostly in the interplay of both. Some problems of particular interest are the Quantum PCP conjecture and the task of verifiable delegation of quantum computation by classical clients.
A full list of Alex’s publications can be found on arxiv.