Before coming here, I was at University of Minnesota and MIT. Prior to that, I was a Gibbs Instructor at Yale University and a Postdoctoral Fellow at MSRI. I got my Ph.D. from Harvard University. I did my undergraduate studies at Moscow State University. I went to Moscow High School 57.

I work in Discrete Mathematics. More specifically, my research spans the following topics:

- Discrete and Polyhedral Geometry,
- Enumerative and Algebraic Combinatorics,
- Probability and Computations on Groups.

Here are some of my **papers**. My **Google Scholar profile**.

Here is my book: ** Lectures on Discrete and Polyhedral Geometry**.

- My blog.
- My MO profile.
- My Catalan Numbers Page.
- My What is Combinatorics? quotation page, and a companion "Just combinatorics" quotation page.
- My Collection of Combinatorics videos page (prior to 2015).

- UCLA Combinatorics Seminar
(every Thu 10 am, organized jointly with Pavel Galashin).

See past videos on YouTube. - Los Angeles Combinatorics
and Complexity Seminar (every Tue 9:30 am, organized jointly with Greta Panova).

See past videos on YouTube. - Algebraic Combinatorics Online Seminars (worldwide)
- Combinatorics Lectures Online (worldwide)
- Research Seminars (worldwide, all subjects)

**Math 285**(Discrete Geometry, Spring 2021)- Math 180 (Graph Theory, Winter 2021)
- IUM (Convex Polytopes, Winter 2021)
- Math 206A (Combinatorics of posets, Fall 2020)
- Math 285 (Combinatorics and Probability on Groups, Spring 2020)
- Math 19 (Integer Sequences Seminar, Fall 2019)
- Math 206B (Algebraic Combinatorics, Winter 20189)
- Math 206A (Discrete Geometry, Fall 2018)
- Math 206 (Combinatorics of integer sequences, Fall 2016)
- Math 206 (Combinatorics of words, Fall 2014)
- Math 285N (Tilings, Winter 2013)
- Math 285N (Enumerative Combinatorics, Fall 2010)
- Math 285N (Discrete Geometry, Spring 2010)

For other past courses, see my **Teaching Page**.

- Combinatorial Inequalities, Colloquium, Yale University, Zoom talk video and slides.
- Polyhedral domes, Colloquium, Kings College London, UK, Zoom talk video and slides (this is a general audience talk).
- What is a combinatorial interpretation?, Experimental Mathematics Seminar, Rutgers (Apr. 2021). Zoom talk video and slides.
- Kronecker coefficients: bounds and complexity, Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics, UNC Greensboro (Nov. 2020). Zoom talk video and slides.
- Domes over Curves, Polytopics: Recent advances on polytopes, MPI (Apr. 7, 2021). Zoom talk video and slides.
- Counting Contingency Tables, Combinatorics Seminar, OSU (Sep. 2020). Zoom talk video and slides.
- Counting with tiles, Combinatorics Seminar, Paris 13 (June 2020). Zoom talk video and slides.
- Counting linear extensions and Young tableaux, BCC (July 2019), Birmingham, UK. Slides only.
- Complexity problems in enumerative combinatorics, ICM Rio de Janeiro (Aug. 2018). Video and slides.
- Tiling spaces with congruent polyhedra, Geometry Seminar, Brown University (Dec. 2017). Slides only.
- The combinatorics and complexity of integer sequences, Banff workshop (Sep. 2017). Video only.
- Computability and Enumeration, Mathematics of Jirka Matousek, Charles University, Prague (July 2016). Video and slides.
- Words in linear groups, random walks, automata and P-recursiveness, Banff, Canada (Mar. 2015). Video only.
- Counting with Wang tiles, IMA, Minneapolis (Nov. 2014). Video and slides.
- Universality theorems in Algebra and Geometry, Stony Brook U. (Sep. 2014). Video only.

For other (mostly older) lectures, see my **Lectures Page**.
Recently, I posted a few Zoom talks on my personal
YouTube channel.

I have a dated short (.pdf file, 1.2 pages)
and an extended (.pdf file, 31 pages)
versions of the resume.

I also have a list of my coauthors
with their web pages (if available).

*Mike Korn*(MIT, 2004). His thesis.*Sergiy Sidenko*(MIT, 2008). His thesis.*Matjaz Konvalinka*(MIT, 2008). His thesis.*Stedman Wilson*(UCLA 2012). His thesis.*Jed Yang*(UCLA 2013). His thesis.*Anton Malyshev*(UCLA 2014). His thesis.*Sam Miner*(UCLA 2015). His thesis.*Scott Garrabrant*(UCLA 2015). His thesis.*Andrew Soffer*(UCLA 2016). His thesis.*Danny Nguyen*(UCLA 2018). His thesis.*Samuel Dittmer*(UCLA 2019). His thesis.

*Greta Panova*(UCLA 2011 - 2014).*Stephen DeSalvo*(UCLA 2012 - 2017).*Alejandro H. Morales*(UCLA 2014 - 2017).*Martin Tassy*(UCLA 2014 - 2017).*Olya Mandelshtam*(UCLA 2016 - 2017).*Damir Yeliussizov*(UCLA 2016 - 2018).*Swee Hong Chan*(UCLA 2019 - present).

Department of Mathematics, UCLA

Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA

Office: Math Sciences 6125

Phone: (310) 825-4701 (no message service)

Fax: (310) 206-6673

E-mail: my last name AT math DOT ucla.edu

*Last updated: 5/13/2021*