I am a mathematician and computer scientist working as a postdoctoral member in the School of Mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where I am advised by Avi Wigderson.

I received my PhD cum laude from the University of Amsterdam in October 2018.

`jzuiddam at ias dot edu`

My work broadly speaking focuses on algebraic complexity theory, quantum information theory and discrete mathematics. Studying the interaction between asymptotics, symmetry and approximation, I am for example interested in fast matrix multiplication, Shannon capacity and the algebraic version of the P versus NP problem, and I use methods from diverse fields, including representation theory, algebraic geometry, information theory, optimization and real semi-algebraic geometry.

**A note on the gap between rank and border rank**(arXiv, journal)

Jeroen Zuiddam

Linear Algebra and its Applications, 2017**Nondeterministic quantum communication complexity: the cyclic equality game and iterated matrix multiplication**(arXiv, proceedings)

Harry Buhrman, Matthias Christandl and Jeroen Zuiddam

Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science Conference (ITCS), 2017

**Clean quantum and classical communication protocols**(arXiv, journal)

Harry Buhrman, Matthias Christandl, Christopher Perry and Jeroen Zuiddam

Physical Review Letters, 2016**Tensor surgery and tensor rank**(arXiv, journal)

Matthias Christandl and Jeroen Zuiddam

Computational complexity, 2018**On the orthogonal rank of Cayley graphs and impossibility of quantum round elimination**(arXiv, journal)

Jop Briët and Jeroen Zuiddam

Quantum Information and Computation, 2017**Asymptotic tensor rank of graph tensors: beyond matrix multiplication**(arXiv, journal)

Matthias Christandl, Péter Vrana and Jeroen Zuiddam

Computational complexity, 2018

**On algebraic branching programs of small width**(arXiv, eccc, proceedings, journal)

Karl Bringmann, Christian Ikenmeyer and Jeroen Zuiddam

Computational Complexity Conference (CCC) 2017, slides

Journal of the ACM, 2018**The border support rank of two-by-two matrix multiplication is seven**(arXiv, journal)

Markus Bläser, Matthias Christandl and Jeroen Zuiddam

Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science, 2018**Tensor rank is not multiplicative under the tensor product**(arXiv, journal)

Matthias Christandl, Asger Kjærulff Jensen and Jeroen Zuiddam

Linear Algebra and its Applications, 2018**Universal points in the asymptotic spectrum of tensors**(arXiv, proceedings)

Matthias Christandl, Péter Vrana and Jeroen Zuiddam

Conference on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) 2018, slides

Symposium on the Theory of Computing (STOC) 2018, slides**The asymptotic spectrum of graphs and the Shannon capacity**(arXiv, journal)

Jeroen Zuiddam

Combinatorica, 2019**Quantum asymptotic spectra of graphs and non-commutative graphs, and quantum Shannon capacities**(arXiv)

Yinan Li and Jeroen Zuiddam

October 2018**Barriers for fast matrix multiplication from irreversibility**(arXiv, proceedings)

Matthias Christandl, Péter Vrana and Jeroen Zuiddam

Computational Complexity Conference (CCC) 2019, slides**The asymptotic induced matching number of hypergraphs: balanced binary strings**(arXiv)

Srinivasan Arunachalam, Péter Vrana and Jeroen Zuiddam

May 2019

- Dutch Mathematical Congress 2018, Royal Dutch Mathematical Society, The asymptotic spectrum of tensors
- Monday Lectures, Facets of complexity, Technische Universität Berlin, 9 July 2018, Asymptotic spectra of tensors and graphs: matrix multiplication exponent and Shannon capacity
- CSDM seminar, Institute for Advanced Study, October 2018, Asymptotic spectra and applications

Notes: Part I Part II

Video: Short Part I Part II - Oberwolfach, Complexity Theory, November 2018, Asymptotic spectra
- Princeton discrete mathematics seminar, 7 March 2019
- Rutgers discrete mathematics seminar, 29 April 2019
- Mathematics of Quantum Information Theory, Lorentz center, Leiden, (1) Asymptotic spectra and (2) Inequalities among symmetric polynomials on the unit cube
- NYU theoretical computer science seminar, 21 May 2019