Yingjie Qian 钱莹洁
Email: firstname dot lastname
Office: Skiles 146A, School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech
I am a first-year Ph.D. student in the Algorithms,
Combinatorics and Optimization (ACO) program at Georgia Tech. My home department is
am fortunate to be mentored by Robin Thomas, and
am partially supported by ACO fellowship.
Previously, I received my B.A.&Sc. and M.Sc. at McGill University, Canada, where I
was lucky to have Hamed Hatami as my
master supervisor. I also worked with Sergey Norin at McGill.
My research interests are graph theory and combinatorics.
Here is my CV.
- (with L. Hambardzumyan, H. Hatami) Polynomial method and graph
bootstrap percolation, submitted. [arXiv]
- (with H. Hatami) The Uncounded-Error Communication Complexity of
symmetric XOR functions, submitted. [arXiv]
- (with H. Hatami) Teaching dimension, VC dimension, and critical
sets in Latin squares, Journal of Combinatorics, 9(1):9-20, 2018. [arXiv]
Last updated 08/26/2018