Hi! I'm an Associate Professor jointly appointed by the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at Princeton University.
I have a broad interest in theoretical computer science and mathematics. I am especially interested in computational complexity, pseudo-randomness, coding theory and discrete mathematics.
My students and I are supported by NSF CAREER award, Sloan Fellowship, NSF grants CCF-1523816 and CCF-1217416 and the Alfred Rheinstein '11 award.
Download my survey on Incidence theorems and their applications
- This fall (2016) I'll be teaching a new graduate course on locally decodable codes and their applications.