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About the Speaker

Mark Braverman is an assistant professor of computer science at Princeton University. His main interests lie in the theory of computation and its applications in the natural and social sciences. He received his PhD from the University of Toronto in 2008 under the supervision of Stephen Cook.

Computational Universality, Chaos, and Computing with Real Numbers