I am a postdoc in the Discrete Mathematics Group at the Institute of Basic Sciences in Daejeon, South Korea.

I am interested in structural graph theory and its algorithmic applications. Lately I’ve been particularly excited about forbidding induced subgraphs and distributed graph algorithms. Broadly, I am interested in discrete math and its applications.

I obtained my PhD from the Program for Applied and Computational Math at Princeton University in May 2021. Paul Seymour was my advisor. My Phd thesis is *On recognition algorithms and structure of graphs with restricted induced cycles*.

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- My google scholar page
- My arXiv page
- Academic travel
- I am a citizen of the USA and Germany and I grew up in the USA.
- I speak English (native), German (fluent) and French (intermediate).

- Link to the open problem list for the 2023 Matrix-IBS Structural Graph Theory Downunder III workshop.
- Outside of mathematics, I enjoy spending time with animals, running and hiking.

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