About Me

I am a PhD student working as part of the ERC project ScaleOpt. My advisor is László Végh. Previously, I was a research assistant in the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization at the University of Waterloo, supervised by Laura Sanità. I received my Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Waterloo.

My research interests are in algorithms, optimization and game theory.


Beyond Value Iteration for Parity Games: Strategy Iteration with Universal Trees

with Georg Loho


An Accelerated Newton–Dinkelbach Method and its Application to Two Variables Per Inequality Systems

with Daniel Dadush, Bento Natura and László A. Végh
Conference version: ESA 2021.

An Efficient Characterization of Submodular Spanning Tree Games

with Laura Sanità
Mathematical Programming 183(1): 359–377, 2020.
Conference version: IPCO 2019.

Stabilizing Weighted Graphs

with Laura Sanità
Mathematics of Operations Research 45(4): 1318–1341, 2020.
Conference version: ICALP 2018.