Kevin Schewior

About Me:

I am a postdoctoral researcher working in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science. My focus is on the design and analysis of algorithms for combinatorial optimization problems possibly involving uncertainty. These problems are from, for instance, scheduling theory, computational geometry, or optimal-stopping theory.

Since May 2018, I am holding a position within the DAAD PRIME program. The position is split between École Normale Supérieure Paris with Claire Mathieu (12 months) and Technische Universität München with Susanne Albers (6 months).

I have received my Ph.D. from the Faculty of Mathematics of Technische Universität Berlin in June 2016. My advisor was Nicole Megow. Subsequently, I have worked at Technische Universität München, Universidad de Chile, and Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik.

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