CSE 574
jrlcs.washington.edu
Areas of interest: 

Algorithms, complexity theory, probability, discrete analysis

I received my Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2005 and joined the University of Washington faculty after a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.

My research interests lie in algorithms, complexity, and the theory of computation, and in probability theory and stochastic processes. I am especially interested in mathematical tools at the interface of continuous and discrete phenomena, like metric embedding theory, spectral graph theory, and convex optimization.

Please see my home page for more information.