search-icon
Biography
Ojas Parekh is a theoretical computer scientist at Sandia Lab's Center for Computing Research. He works on theoretical foundations of Post-Moore computing, including neuromorphic and quantum computing, and leads several interdisciplinary efforts to develop quantum algorithms for optimization, machine learning, and simulation. Parekh received his PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization.
Presentations
Tutorial
Programming Systems
Quantum Computing
Tools
TUT
Back To Top Button