I am a fifth year PhD student at Cornell University.
I obtained a B.A. with majors in Mathematics and Computer Science from Middlebury College in 2007.
In the Spring of 2006 I studied abroad in Budapest, Hungary with the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics.
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|Summer 2011||Introduction to Algorithms|
|Spring 2010||Theory Discussion Group|
I am currently working in the area of network coding with Bobby Kleinberg.
Other research interests include graph algorithms and combinatorial optimization.
Lexicographic Products and the Power of Non-Linear Network Coding. ( Full Version ) A. Blasiak, Robert Kleinberg, Eyal Lubetsky. Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS), October 23-25, 2011. |
Index Coding via Linear Programming.
A. Blasiak, Robert Kleinberg, Eyal Lubetsky. In Submission. |
|2010||The Serializability of Network Codes. A. Blasiak, Robert Kleinberg. International Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP), July 5-10, 2010.|
|2010||Improved Approximation Algorithms for the Minimum Latency Problem via Prize-Collecting Strolls. Aaron Archer, A. Blasiak. Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA), January 17-19, 2010.|
|2008||Degree Sum Conditions in Graph Pebbling. A. Blasiak, John Schmitt. Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 42 (2008), 83-90.|
|2008||Spectra of Self-Similar Laplacians on the Sierpinski Gasket with Twists. A. Blasiak, Robert S. Strichartz, Baris E. Ugurcan. Fractals, 16 (2008), 43-68.|
|2007||Graph Pebbling. Bachelor's thesis in mathematics with advisor John Schmitt.|
|2007||A Comparison of Image Segmentation Methods. Bachelor's thesis in computer science with advisor Daniel Scharstein.|
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|Middlebury NSF fellowship winners|
|Website from fractal research|