PhD Student |

Assistant Instructor |

The University of Texas at Austin, PhD in Computer Science, 2022 |

Carnegie Mellon University, BS in Computer Science, 2013 |

Carnegie Mellon University, BS in Mathematical Sciences, 2013 |

I am a PhD student in Computer Science at UT Austin in the Algorithms and Computational Theory group. I am working with Anna Gál on problems in circuit complexity. I am an Assistant Instructor teaching CS105C for the Spring 2018 semester.

I completed my undergraduate education at Carnegie Mellon University in 2013. I worked with Klaus Sutner on my senior thesis "Classification and Automaticity of Discrete Dynamical Systems", for which I was awarded the Allen Newell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. I worked with Mor Harchol-Balter on a problems in Queueing Theory.

Email: | atrejo at cs dot utexas dot edu |
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Phone: | +1 (972) 408-5767 |

Office: | GDC 4.408A |

Mail: |
Department of Computer Science The University of Texas at Austin 2317 Speedway, D9500 Austin, TX 78712 |

Social: |

- Computational Complexity
- Formula/Circuit Lower Bounds
- Communication Complexity
- Approximation Algorithms
- Hardness of Approximation
- Combinatorics and Graph Theory
- Pseudorandomness

Spring 2018: | CS105C Computer Programming: C++ |
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Fall 2017: | CS105C Computer Programming: C++ |

Spring 2017: | CS429 Computer Organization and Architecture |

Fall 2016: | CS429 Computer Organization and Architecture |

Spring 2013: | 15-359 Probability and Computing |

Fall 2012: | 15-213 Introduction to Computer Systems |

Spring 2012: | 15-750 Graduate Algorithms |

21-268 Multidimensional Calculus | |

Fall 2011: | 15-213 Introduction to Computer Systems |