[picture taken from this NRC interview, copyright Olivier Middendorp]


Ronald de Wolf

(My last name is "de Wolf", alphabetically ordered at `W'. It's not "Wolf", "De Wolf", "DeWolf", "deWolf", "Dewolf", "de Wolff", "deWolfe", "deWoolf")

Address     CWI
            Visiting address: Science Park 123, 1098 XG Amsterdam
            Postal address: P.O. Box 94079, 1090 GB Amsterdam 
            The Netherlands
Office      L234 (2nd floor of the new wing of the CWI building)
Telephone   020-5924078 (+31 20 5924078)
E-mail      rdewolf at cwidotnl

We have funding for a postdoc in quantum computing (specifically: quantum algorithms and complexity, incl. quantum communication and learning theory).
Foreign students: I don't supervise undergrad summer internships unless they are exceptionally well in tune with my research, so please don't send me your generic internship applications.

I am a researcher at the Algorithms and Complexity group of CWI (Dutch Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science) and part-time full professor at the ILLC of the University of Amsterdam. I'm also a member of QuSoft. A long time ago I was a PhD student at CWI and ILLC, and then a postdoc at UC Berkeley. My main scientific interests are quantum computing and complexity theory.


My PhD thesis

My inaugural lecture

My lecture notes

Quantum computation

Quantum communication

Locally decodable codes, private information retrieval, error-correcting data structures

Other theoretical computer science

Survey papers

Inductive logic programming

Book reviews


My courses

Last update of this page: Jan 20, 2020
rdewolf at cwidotnl