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Department of Computer Science and Technology

  • PhD Student of Complexity Theory & Logic

Biography

I am a PhD Student of Complexity Theory & Logic in the Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge. Throughout my degree I am supervised by Anuj Dawar. I am a member of King’s College, where I am the recipient of an Alan Turing Studentship and supplementary funding from Cambridge Trust. Prior to studying in Cambridge I received an Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with High Distinction from University of Toronto.

Research

I am primarily fascinated by the inherent limitations of computers in their ability to solve problems. In particular, my focus lies in the realm of Computational Complexity Theory, and within the field I am currently interested in lower bound methods for the space-complexity of computational problems. These methods employ tools from a wide range of areas in mathematics, including but not limited to computational theory, logic, finite model theory, combinatorics, algebraic geometry, game theory and probability.

Teaching

Contact Details

Room: 
FS35
Office phone: 
(01223) 7-63332
Email: 

ff334@cam.ac.uk