Andy Parrish
andytparrish at gmail dot com

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Through 2013, I was a PhD student in the Math department of UC San Diego. I worked in combinatorics, and specifically trying to discern necessary structures within large graphs, sets of integers, and anything else I can wrap my head around. This leads to some buzzwords like "extremal combinatorics," "Ramsey theory," and perhaps "the study of unreasonably large numbers." I worked with Ron Graham, with additional guidance from Fan Chung.


Past teaching
I have a been teaching assistant for these courses:

Past course webpage
In summer 2009, I studied random geometric graphs with some other students and maintained the course website.

Here are some jobs I have held outside of teaching. If you have any jobs you would like to see added to this list, the process begins with my résumé.

Some links
Here are some things which do not quite fit into other categories.

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