I am currently a Research Fellow in the School of Mathematics at Monash University with David Wood. I am part of the Discrete Mathematics Research Group as well as the newly formed Monash Laboratory for the Foundations of Computing.

Previously, I enjoyed the hospitality of Université libre de Bruxelles with Samuel Fiorini, Sapienza Università di Roma with Paul Wollan, Simon Fraser University with Matt DeVos and Luis Goddyn, KAIST with Sang-il Oum, and CWI Amsterdam and Maastricht University with Bert Gerards. I completed my PhD in the Department of Combinatorics & Optimization at the University of Waterloo. My supervisor was Jim Geelen.

I am mainly interested in graphs, matroids, and combinatorial optimization, but I enjoy dabbling in other areas as well. You can get a feel for my mathematical tastes from my MathOverflow account. I am also an editor of the Matroid Union Blog.

My Erdős number is 2 (via Mike Molloy). Click on the end of this sentence for my CV.