I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Emory University. I recently completed my PhD at
Columbia University under the supervision of Xi Chen and
I'm currently interested in graph theory, especially that surrounding the Map Color Theorem, and property testing.
In my spare time, I like to solve Rubik's Cube and related puzzles for speed. I used to compete actively. I was part of the Columbia badminton club, serving as team captain from 2012-2019.
|2019-09-24||Our paper on acyclicity testing was accepted to SODA 2020!|
|2019-08-28||Started teaching responsibilities at Emory.|
|2019-05-12||I've added a tool for verifying the correctness of genus embeddings.|
|2018-01-12||I gave an invited talk "Face distributions of embeddings of complete graphs" at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, CA.|
|Fall 2019:||CS 224: Foundations of Computer Science|
|CS 253: Data Structures and Algorithms|
|Spring 2018:||COMS W4203: Graph Theory|