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Doctor of Informatics
Research Staff Member at IBM Research - Tokyo



Project researcher at Keio Univ. Quantum Computing Center.

Lecturer (part-time) of Introduction to Quantum Computing at the University of Tokyo.

Quantum Computing PIC Co-Chair in IBM Research -- Tokyo.

Distinguished Program Committe member of IJCAI 2019, Technical PC member of ASPDAC 2020, PC member of AAAI 2019, reviewer of NeurIPS 2018, and many others AI/Machine Learning conferences, PC member of QTML 2019.  


Skills in Algorithms, Data Mining, and Optimization with 50+ scientific papers published in prestigious international conferences and journals (with 850+ citations according to Google Scholar), and 20+ patents. Working experiences in various fields of industries, such as, automotives, telecommunications, finance, energy and smarter cities by applying data analytics and optimization technologies.


Graduated from Taruna Nusantara Senior High School, Magelang, Indonesia (one of the best senior high schools in Indonesia)



  • "Introduction to Qiskit", NTU - IBM Q Initial Workshop at National Taiwan University, Jan. 16, 2019, NTU, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • "Quantum Learning Theory through Oracle Identification Problem and Its Applications", The 2nd KAIST Mini Symposium on Quantum Machine Learning, Nov. 23, 2018, KAIST, Daejeung, Korea. 
  • "Programming IBM Superconducting Qubits with Qiskit", KIAS 2018 Workshop on Superconducting Quantum Information, Nov. 18, 2018, Seoul, Korea.
  • "Map Matching with Hidden Markov Model", NII Seminar, Tokyo, July 19, 2016
  • "Introduction to Mathematical Optimization Methods and Applications at IBM Research - Tokyo", Kyoto University Informatics Seminar, April 25, 2016.
  • “Quantum Query Complexity and Coin Problems”. Centre for Quantum Technologies. Workshop on Quantum Algorithms & Complexity Theory (WQACT 2008). National University of Singapore (NUS), November 17--21, 2008.
  • “Quantum Query Complexity of Boolean Functions with Small On-Set”. JST-CNRS Quantum Computation: Theory and Feasibility. Joint workshop in Paris, France. Institut Henri Poincare, September 25--26, 2008.
  • “Quantum Random Access Coding with Multiple Qubits”. Workshop on Theory of Quantum Computation, Communication and Cryptography (TQC 2007). Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Nara, Japan. January 24, 2007.
  • “Characterizing the Existence of Quantum One-Way Permutations”. McGill University, Montreal, Canada. October 9, 2003.
  • “Quantum Query Complexity of Biased Oracles”. Kyoto University Inter-Department Symposium (KIDS), Kyoto, Japan. June 26, 2003.



Ph. D Thesis

"Studies on Quantum Query Complexities and Quantum Network Coding", Kyoto University, March 2006.