Tommy Reddad
McGill University
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 Luc Devroye. Past Masters student in the Computational Geometry Lab at Carleton University. My thesis supervisors were Pat Morin, Jit Bose, and Vida Dujmović.
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 with Clark Verbrugge.
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