Philip Garrison

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I am a researcher at the United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society. I got my bachelor's degrees in math and computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in fall of 2015.

My math research interests include Ramsey theory, probabilistic combinatorics, applications of algebra and logic to graph theory, and applying graph theory techniques to analyze real world graphs (BGP routing).

I've interned at the Software Engineering Institute, Chatous, Intel, and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. I was a TA for 15-859BB Quantum Computation and 15-251 Great Theoretical Ideas in Computer Science. I studied at Budapest Semesters in Mathematics in Fall 2014.

Here's my resume.