Skiles 145
james.anderson at
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Mathematics
686 Cherry Street, Atlanta GA 30332

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About Me

I am a Ph.D. student in mathematics at Georgia Tech, where I earned my undergraduate degree in mathematics in 2019. My research interests are in descriptive combinatorics (a blend of descriptive set theory with combinatorics) and extremal/probabilistic graph theory. In particular, I research the relation between forbidden substructures and chromatic numbers, including correspondence and Borel chromatic numbers. I also have teaching experience, having been an instructor of record 5 times. I am fortunate to be advised by Anton Bernshteyn. When I'm not doing math, I enjoy hiking/backpacking, tennis, fencing, writing, and chess.

Current Teaching (Fall 2023)

TA for Math 2552 Section C1

Studio Times: MW 12:30 - 1:20
Location: Skiles 246
Office Hours: W 1:30 - 2:30 in Clough 270