Ph.D. student in ACO (Mathematics)

Email: xyuan at gatech dot edu

Office: Skiles 138

I am a fifth year Ph.D. student in the multidisciplinary program Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization (ACO) at Georgia Tech.

My home department is the School of Mathematics, and
my advisor is Professor Xingxing Yu.

I received my B.S. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics from University of Science and Technology of China in 2017.

My undergraduate research advisor is Professor Jie Ma.

Graph Theory and Extremal Combinatorics

Some extremal results on complete degenerate hypergraphs,

with Jie Ma and Mingwei Zhang, J. Combin. Theory, Ser. A 154 (2018), 598-609.

Near perfect matchings in uniform hypergraphs,

with Hongliang Lu and Xingxing Yu, SIAM J. Discrete Math., 35 (2) (2021), 1022–1049.

Wheels in planar graphs and Hajós graphs,

with Qiqin Xie, Shijie Xie and Xingxing Yu, J. Graph Theory, 98 (2) (2021), 179–194.

Rainbow matchings for 3-uniform hypergraphs,

with Hongliang Lu and Xingxing Yu, J. Combin. Theory, Ser. A, 183 (2021), 105489.

4-Separations in Hajós Graphs,

with Qiqin Xie, Shijie Xie and Xingxing Yu), J. Graph Theory, to appear.

Fall 2021: Math 1554 G2 & G3 - Linear Algebra, Teaching Assistant

Spring 2021: MATH 3012 H - Applied Combinatorics, Instructor of Record

Summer 2020: MATH 3012 B - Applied Combinatorics, Instructor of Record

Spring 2020: MATH 2550 H4 & J3 - Intro. to Multivariable Calc., Teaching Assistant

Fall 2017: Math 1554 B2 - Linear Algebra, Teaching Assistant

Fall 2016: Combinatorics, Teaching Assistant