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I am a MSc student in Mathematics at Universität Regensburg, previously in the ALGANT program. I have been very fortunate to be working under the guidance of Prof. Radu Curticapean, on counting graph homomorphisms. I am also looking for doctoral positions in extremal combinatorics and theoretical computer science!
I am generally interested in extremal and probabilistic combinatorics, statistical physics, number theory, and their applications to theoretical computer science and data science. My Erdős number is 2.
I graduated from the University of Utah in Spring, 2020. I also spent an semester at the Math in Moscow program and another at the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program, for which Department of Mathematics of the University of Utah wrote an article.
I am a contributor of the opensource mathematics software SageMath, especially its algebraic geometry and graph theory components. I have run two halfmarathons in Shanghai in 2014 and in Hong Kong in 2016, and the Chicago Marathon in 2017. When I am not studying or working, I generally enjoy reading, playing chess and Weiqi/Go, and photography.
Software
 countgraphhoms: Count graph homomorphisms effortlessly in SageMath for fun! 🚀
News

September, 2024: Trieste Algebraic Geometry Summer School (TAGSS) 2024  Tropical Geometry and Related Topics. Many thanks to ICTP!

June, 2024: Summer School in Additive Combinatorics at Erdős Center, Rényi Institute, Budapest.

February 1923, 2024: I attended the workshop on randomness, information, and complexity at CIRM, Marseille. Many thanks to the organizers!

August, 2023: I participated in the Copenhagen Summer of Counting & Algebraic Complexity in Denmark, thanks to the generosity of Prof. Radu Curticapean!

July, 2023: I participated in the Summer School in Mathematics at ELTE in Budapest. It has been a fascinating experience.

June, 2023: I attended the FoCM 2023 conference in Paris.

February, 2023: I visited Jan Volec at the Czech Technical University in Prague. Thank you for hosting me, Prof. Volec!