Anton Bernshteyn

Email: bahtoh ~at~ gatech.edu
Office: Skiles 221

Welcome!

I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

You can find my CV here (last update: August 27, 2020). Here's my Math Genealogy entry.

I am currently co-organizing (together with Zhiyu Wang and Xingxing Yu) the Georgia Tech Graph Theory Seminar. Please shoot any of us an email if you'd like to give a talk! I am also maintaining a list of online lectures and talks in mathematical logic and related areas.

Research

My main areas of research are combinatorics and descriptive set theory. Some particular topics I am interested in include: graph coloring, probabilistic methods, extremal combinatorics, and Borel/measurable combinatorics with applications to ergodic theory.

Papers and Preprints

Other Writing


Reading groups and seminars

I am currently co-organizing (together with Zhiyu Wang and Xingxing Yu) the Georgia Tech Graph Theory Seminar. Please shoot any of us an email if you'd like to give a talk! I am also maintaining a list of online lectures and talks in mathematical logic and related areas. Here are some other resources for online talks:

Teaching

Current Teaching

Introduction to Graph Theory (MATH 4022).

Highlights of Past Teaching

At CMU:
  • 2019, Fall Combinatorics (21-301) and Algebraic Structures (21-373).
  • 2019, Summer Research Topics in Combinatorics (21-499).
  • 2019, Spring Set Theory (21-329).
  • 2018, Fall Linear Algebra (21-341).
At UIUC:

School of Mathematics     Georgia Institute of Technology    College of Science