McConnell Engineering Building Room 311
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Teaching Assistant for
COMP 360 in Fall 2016
Office hours: MC311, Wednesday, 1pm-2pm.
Current PhD student at McGill; my supervisor is
. Past Masters student in the
Computational Geometry Lab at Carleton University
. My thesis supervisors were
I'm studying the evolution of a random feedback neural network... and other random structures.
My Masters thesis concerned the study of encoding arguments.
In the Summer of 2013, I studied the
Shannon capacity of graphs
with Luc Devroye.
In the Summer of 2012, I did some
geometric analysis of maps in competitive real-time strategy games
Fun things to appear here soon... I promise!
The Shannon Capacity of Graphs
- Carleton CG Seminar, July 2014
Bounds on the Obstacle Number
- OCICS, October 2013
Course notes for MATH 350
- McGill University, Fall 2012
That's it? That's it!