BE UCA MSc PhD UMD
ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher
Office: School of IT, J12. Room 4W-410.
Phone: +61 2 9351 4276
Email: reveal email address
I do research in Theoretical Computer Science. More specifically, I am broadly interested in the design and analysis of efficient algorithms for combinatorial optimization problems such as:
- Approximation algorithms for covering, packing, coloring, scheduling, and routing problems.
- Matchings under preferences: popular, stable and fair assignments.
- Uncertainty models: universal, incremental, and stochastic optimization.
On Tree-Constrained Matchings and Generalizations with S. Canzar, K. Elbassioni, and G. Klau
Algorithmic and ICALP 2011
When LP is the Cure for Your Matching Woes with Bansal, Gupta, Li, Nagarajan and Rudra
Algorithmica and ESA 2010 (best paper award)
Universal sequencing on a single machine with Epstein, Levin, Marchetti-Spaccamela, Megow, Skutella, and Stougie
SIAM J. on Computing and IPCO 2010
Popular mixed matchings with Telikepalli, and Nasre
Theoretical Computer Science and ICALP 2009
- Lagrangian Relaxation and Partial Cover
Adaptive Local Ratio
SIAM J. on Computing and SODA 2008 (best student paper award)
For a complete list, see my publications page.