Kaave Hosseini

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at University of Rochester. Previously I was a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University. I obtained my PhD in Computer Science from UC San Diego under supervision of Shachar Lovett. Before that, I did my BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science at Sharif University of Technology, Tehran.

I am interested in theoretical computer science and additive combinatorics. Usually the problems I work on have to do with approximate algebraic structure and/or pseudorandomness.


Teaching:

Current:
CSC 488/288: Analytic Methods in Computer Science - Fall 2021

Past:
At CMU:
21-111 Differential Calculus - Spring 2021
21-301 Combinatorics - Fall 2020
21-301 Combinatorics - Spring 2020
21-325 Probability - Spring 2020

Publications:


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