NYU S Courant Institute Part of $10 Million NSF Grant to Bridge Gaps in Understanding Power and Limits of Efficient Algorithms


New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and its institutional partners—Princeton and Rutgers universities and the Institute for Advanced Study—have received a $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation to bridge fundamental gaps in our understanding of the power and limits of efficient algorithms. The grant is part of NSF’s “Expeditions in Computing” initiative, which funds teams of researchers and educators to pursue far-reaching research agendas that promise significant advances in the computing frontier and great benefit to society.

Computational intractability, a concept that permeates science, mathematics, and engineering, limits our ability to understand nature or to design systems. With the NSF grant, the research team w 500

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