Puck Rombach

Assistant Professor
Mathematics & Statistics
Vermont Complex Systems Center

I am an assistant professor at UVM. Previously, I was an assistant adjunct professor at UCLA, working with Andrea Bertozzi. I finished my PhD at the University of Oxford in 2013, where I was supervised by Mason Porter and Alex Scott.

Currently, my interests include: structural and extremal graph theory, probability, algorithms and complexity, hereditary graph classes, and symmetry breaking.

Graduate students

Teaching

-Math 241: Real Analysis
-Math 295: Complex Analysis
-Math 373: Probabilistic Method and Random Graphs
-Math 273: Combinatorial Graph Theory
-Math 173: Basic Combinatorial Theory

Publications