I am extremely fortunate to work with PhD-to-be collaborators at the University of Maryland and elsewhere. Nearly all academic work is collaborative in nature, and the research coming out of my lab is no different. If you are interested in joining the University of Maryland, please start here!
Our lab hosts undergraduate and outstanding high school students for research experiences; these can be either informal, quasi-formal (e.g., through the CMSC499 course at UMD), or very formal (e.g., through our NSF-funded REU Combinatorics and Algorithms for Real Problems (CAAR), on which I am co-PI) arrangements. Below are students with whom our work resulted in something that has been, or could be, published at the level of a top-tier workshop or higher.
If you are missing from this website, or if your information is out of date, please get in touch with John!