Bill Kuszmaul

2018 Hertz Fellow
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William (Bill) Kuszmaul is a Rabin Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theoretical Computer Science at Harvard University.

He will start as an Assistant Professor in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in 2023.

Kuszmaul’s research focuses on the use of randomization to design algorithms and data structures with strong performance guarantees. He has authored and co-authored 44 papers in computer science and mathematics, and his research has won numerous awards at conferences such as ASPLOS, ESA, FUN, and SPAA.

Graduate Studies

PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mathematics, Computer Science
Randomized Data Structures: New Perspectives and Hidden Surprises

Undergraduate Studies

Stanford University


Distinguished Paper ASPLOS’23
Best Student Paper ESA’22
Best Paper Finalist SPAA’22
Best Paper FUN’20

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