Stephen Jordan

Adjunct Associate Professor
Ph.D., MIT (Physics)

Stephen Jordan is an adjunct associate professor in UMIACS and a principal researcher in the quantum systems group at Microsoft.

His research focuses on quantum algorithms, particularly for simulation and optimization. Jordan is also interested in quantum complexity theory, quantum inspired classical optimization heuristics, and post-quantum cryptography.

He was previously a Fellow in the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS) and a physicist at NIST.

Jordan received his doctorate in physics from MIT in 2008.

Go here to view Jordan’s academic publications on Google Scholar.