Prof. Jonathan Adam Kelner
Professor of Applied Mathematics
Primary DLC
Department of Mathematics
MIT Room:
2344
Areas of Interest and Expertise
Complexity Theory
Signal Processing
Signal Processing
Research Summary
Jonathan Kelner focuses on the application of techniques from pure mathematics to the solution of fundamental problems in algorithms and complexity theory. With the goal of developing practical algorithms for realworld questions, Kelner has made contributions in the areas of combinatorial optimization, mathematical programming, spectral graph theory, distributed computing, machine learning, computational geometry and topology, computational biology, signal processing, and random matrix theory, among others. After receiving a bachelor’s degree at Harvard University, he completed his doctoral work in computer science at MIT in 2006. Before joining the Department of Mathematics and the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), he spent a year as a member of the Institute for Advanced Study.

Projects
February 14, 2012Department of Mathematics
Algebraic Graph Algorithms: The Laplacian and Beyond
Principal Investigator Jonathan Kelner