I am an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, and a member of the Theory Group.

I am a theoretical computer scientist, with broad interests in algorithms, probability, and combinatorics. Some of my current research interests include:

  • Sampling algorithms and Markov chains
  • High-dimensional expanders
  • Geometry of polynomials
  • Combinatorial optimization

You can find my papers on the Research Page, DBLP, arXiv, or Google Scholar.

I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from UC Berkeley, and B.Sc. in Computer Engineering and Mathematics from Sharif University. See my Short Bio or CV.

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