Avi Wigderson

Avi Wigderson, Herbert H. Maass Professor in the School of Mathematics, is a widely recognized authority in the diverse and evolving field of theoretical computer science. His main research area is computational complexity theory, which studies the power and limits of efficient computation and is motivated by fundamental scientific problems. Since being appointed to the Faculty in 1999, Wigderson has overseen the Institute’s activities in theoretical computer science.