EPFL SB MATHGEOM DCG
MA C1 567 (Bâtiment MA)
I’m currently a postdoc in Discrete and Computational Geometry group of János Pach at EPFL. My research interests include some topics of combinatorics and discrete geometry, with the focus towards extremal-type problems concerning geometric graphs and problems on intersecting families of sets and families with no large matchings. Among other problems, I spent some time studying Borsuk’s problem and diameter graphs, chromatic number of the space and unit-distance graphs, epsilon-nets, Erdős-Ko-Rado-type theorems, and Erdős Matching Conjecture. I’m as well interested in probabilistic, algebraic and topological methods in combinatorics.
I completed my PhD with Andrei Raigorodskii at MSU in Moscow in 2013. From September of 2013 until January of 2016 I have been a postdoc at EPFL, and I have taken again this position starting from October of 2016, after 9 months spent in G-SCOP laboratory in Grenoble.