School of Computer Science
University of Sydney
1 Cleveland Street, Sydney
2006, NSW, Australia
I am a lecturer at the University of Sydney, part of the Sydney Algorithms and Computing Theory (SACT) group of the School of Computer Science.
My research interests include Computational Geometry, Algorithms and Data Structures, and Graph Theory (and whichever other puzzle I can get my hands on). The main focus on my research is on geometric networks, including network construction, augmentation, and routing. Especially in the presence of obstacles that block communication I find these very interesting problems. I also occasionally work on trajectory analysis, coloring problems, and modifying geometric algorithms such that they can run in environments with limited memory.