PhD candidate at CWI
Current institution: Postdoctoral Researcher at the Center for Theoretical Physics at MIT.
Research line: Quantum algorithms
Srinivasan was a PhD student at CWI under supervision of Prof. Dr. Ronald de Wolf. Previously, he was a Masters student at Institute of Quantum Computing at University of Waterloo under the supervision of Dr. Michele Mosca. In his Master’s thesis, he considered the implications of having a full-scale fault-tolerant quantum computer for industries that use algorithms to solve the Boolean satisfiability problem and employ derivative free techniques for optimization. During his PhD at CWI, he has worked on various questions revolving around quantum algorithms, quantum complexity theory and quantum machine learning.
Srinivasan is mainly interested in topics related to quantum algorithms, quantum query complexity, classical and quantum communication complexity.
Optimal quantum sample complexity of learning algorithms- Preprint at arXiv:1607.00932
Optimizing the Number of Gates in Quantum Search- Preprint at arXiv:1512.07550
On the robustness of bucket brigade quantum RAM- New Journal of Physics 2015, arXiv:1502.03450