Teaching

Current teaching

Past teaching

Ph.D advisees

  • Yichi Zhang, MIT, current student
  • James Hirst, MIT, Ph.D. received 9/2020
    • Dissertation: Coupling Sparse Models and Dense Extremal Problems
  • Gwen McKinley, MIT, Ph.D. received 6/2020
    • Dissertation: Probabilistic and Extremal Behavior in Graphs and Matrices
  • Jake Wellens, MIT, Ph.D. received 6/2020
    • Dissertation: Assorted Results in Boolean Function Complexity, Uniform Sampling and Clique Partitions of Graphs
  • Ganesh Ajjanagadde (jointly advised with Gregory Wornell), MIT, Ph.D. received 6/2020
    • Dissertation: Fourier Analysis on the Hypercube, the Coefficient Problem, and Applications
  • Stephanie Vance, University of Washington, Ph.D. received 6/2009
    • Dissertation: Lattices and Sphere Packings in Euclidean Space
  • Chris Hanusa, University of Washington, Ph.D. received 6/2005
    • Dissertation: A Gessel-Viennot-type Method for Cycle Systems and Applications to Aztec Pillows

Research students supervised

  • Andrew Salmon, Microsoft Reserch New England, 6/2020 through 8/2020 and 6/2021 through 8/2021
  • Ganesh Ajjanagadde, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2019 through 8/2019
  • Julia Gaudio, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2019 through 8/2019
  • Kimberly Villalobos Carballo, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2018 through 8/2018
  • Samsara Counts, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2018 through 8/2018
  • Nina Zubrilina, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2018 through 8/2018
  • Nicholas Triantafillou, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2016 through 8/2016
  • Laszlo M. Lovasz, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2015 through 8/2015
  • Eric Naslund, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2015 through 8/2015 and 6/2017 through 8/2017
  • Yufei Zhao, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2010 through 8/2010, 6/2011 through 8/2011, 6/2013 through 8/2013, and 6/2014 through 8/2014
  • Matthew de Courcy-Ireland, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2014 through 8/2014
  • Gregory Minton, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011, 6/2012 through 8/2012, and 6/2013 through 8/2013
  • Forest Tong, MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 6/2013 through 8/2013
  • Fan Wei, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2012 through 8/2012
  • Daniel Fremont, MIT Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 6/2012 through 8/2012
  • Nathan Kaplan, Microsoft Research New England, 9/2011 through 12/2011
  • Edinah Gnang, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011
  • Sonya Vohra, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2011 through 8/2011
  • Daniel Kane, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2010 through 8/2010
  • Nadia Heninger, Microsoft Research New England, 12/2009 through 2/2010 and 6/2010 through 8/2010
  • Swastik Kopparty, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2009 through 8/2009
  • Shubhangi Saraf, Microsoft Research New England, 6/2009 through 8/2009
  • Jeechul Woo, Microsoft Research New England, 8/2008 through 12/2008 and 6/2009 through 8/2009
  • Yakov Kerzhner, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
  • Blair Sullivan, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
  • Jeffrey Wang, Microsoft Research, 6/2007 through 8/2007
  • Bryden Cais, Microsoft Research, 6/2005 through 8/2005
  • Brandon Ballinger, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
  • Noah Giansiracusa, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
  • Elizabeth Kelly, University of Washington VIGRE program, 9/2004 through 6/2005
  • Jonathan Kelner, Microsoft Research, 6/2004 through 8/2004
  • Abhinav Kumar, Microsoft Research, 6/2002 through 8/2002, 8/2003, and 6/2004 through 8/2004
  • Adam Smith, Microsoft Research, 6/2003 through 8/2003
  • Scott Sheffield, Microsoft Research, 6/2001 through 8/2001
  • Jared Weinstein, Microsoft Research, 6/2001 through 8/2001
  • Vis Taraz, MIT Summer Program in Undergraduate Research, 6/1998 through 8/1998