Michael Chavrimootoo, URCS PhD Student
I am a PhD student at the University of Rochester. My advisor is Lane A. Hemaspaandra.
Before that, I completed my undergrad with a focus on courses in CS theory, elections, and economic development.
I want to grow my skills as a theoretician and learn how to better connect my research to practical fields.
My research interests are listed below.
If you, too, have similar interests, feel free to send me an email and we can have a chat!
Research and Learning Interests:
- Computational Complexity Theory
- Structural complexity, using abstract mathematics within complexity theory.
- Computational Social Choice
- General methods of classification and analysis by finding sub-structures within problems.
- Bridging the gap between theoretical and practical works.
- Open to exploring new theoretical concepts in Computer Science, Economics, and Math
Teaching (Primary Instructor):
Works (others are in progress):
- MS Computer Science - UR '21
- BS Computer Science - UR '20
- BA Political Science - UR '20
- Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Member
Non-Academic Activities and Interests:
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