Academic interests: probabilistic combinatorics, graph theory, Markov chains, information security and privacy

Research:

- Total Aquisition Number of random Geometric Graphs (2016+, with D. Mische and P. PraĆat, in submission)
- Uniform Avoidance Coupling of Simple Random Walks (2016+, in submission)
- Combinatorics and k-anonymity (in submission)
- Symmetric Disclosure: a Fresh Look at k-Anonymity FOCI'14, with presentation video.
- Counting Restricted Dyck Paths Through Random Walks

Current Teaching:

- MTH314 Discrete Mathematics for Engineers (Winter 2017)

- As lecturer: Calculus with Algebra (Fall 2013), Probability (Fall 2014)
- As teaching assistant: Graduate Topics in Probability: Game Theory (Fall 2015), Differential equations (Spring 2013, Fall 2011),

Muli-variable calculus (Fall 2012, Winter 2012), Complex analysis (at University of Warsaw, 2010) - Workshops: Exploring Mathematics (Summer 2013), Sonia Kovalevsky Day (2012, 2014, 2016)
- Teaching qualification: Department of Mathematics Teaching Seminar (Summer 2013)

- Dartmouth College (PhD in Mathematics, 2016)

PhD supervisor: Prof. Peter Winkler

- London School of Economics (MSc in Applicable Mathematics, 2011)
- University of Cambridge (Part III / Master of Advanced Studies in Mathematics, 2009)
- King's College London (BSci in Mathematics, 2008)

CONTACT

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Pop-scientific content:

My Grandfather and Einstein, a guest post on Fiat Physica. Also, here is the full text of The Evolution of Physics by A. Einstein and L. Infeld.

A stirring (if scientifically slightly outdated) commentary on the hardships of academia, shot at the AEI in Potsdam: No Higgs [At the LHC], full credits in description.

A cartoon for some of my anonymity work by Eleri Harris of elerimai.com.

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