Class of 1956 Career Development Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MIT Department of Mathematics
77 Massachusetts Ave, Bldg 2-271
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
Combinatorics, discrete mathematics, graph theory
Co-organizer of MIT Combinatorics Seminar
- 18.A34 Mathematical Problem Solving (Putnam Seminar), Fall 2019
- 18.217 Graph Theory and Additive Combinatorics (grad), Fall 2019
- 18.218 Probabilistic Method in Combinatorics (grad), Spring 2019
- 18.211 Combinatorial Analysis, Fall 2018
- Polynomial Method in Combinatorics (grad), Trinity Term 2016, Oxford
Equiangular lines with a fixed angle (with Zilin Jiang, Jonathan Tidor, Yuan Yao, and Shengtong Zhang)
A reverse Sidorenko inequality (with Ashwin Sah, Mehtaab Sawhney, and David Stoner)
Upper tails and independence polynomials in random graphs (with Bhaswar B. Bhattacharya, Shirshendu Ganguly, and Eyal Lubetzky)
Advances in Mathematics 319 (2017), 313–347.
An $L^p$ theory of sparse graph convergence I: limits, sparse random graph models, and power law distributions (with Christian Borgs, Jennifer T. Chayes, and Henry Cohn)
Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, to appear.
A relative Szemerédi theorem (with David Conlon and Jacob Fox)
Geometric and Functional Analysis 25 (2015), 733–762.
Sphere packing bounds via spherical codes (with Henry Cohn)
Duke Mathematical Journal 163 (2014), 1965–2002.
- Pseudorandom graphs, relative Szemerédi theorem and the Green-Tao Theorem
- Large deviations in random graphs
- A reverse Sidorenko inequality: independent sets, colorings, and graph homomorphisms
- Equiangular lines with a fixed angle, Banff International Research Station, September 2019
- Large Deviations and Exponential Random Graphs, Northeastern University Network Science Institute, May 2018
- Large deviations for arithmetic progressions, Simons Institute, Berkeley, April 2017
- Sparse graph regularity tutorial, Simons Institute, Berkeley, January 2017
- Green-Tao theorem and a relative Szemerédi theorem, Simons Institute, Berkeley, December 2013