I am currently a postdoc at EPFL in the Discrete and Computational Geometry Group of János Pach.
I graduated from Eötvös Loránd University in 2011, and after finishing Part III in Cambridge, I started grad school at UCLA in 2012, just to move to ETH a year later. I received my PhD from ETH Zürich in 2016. My advisor was Benny Sudakov.
I am mostly interested in extremal & probabilistic combinatorics and discrete geometry, including connections to other fields, such as algebra or theoretical computer science.
E-mail: daniel.korandi at epfl.ch
Research
Research papers:
Domination in 3-tournaments (with Benny Sudakov), Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A 146 (2017) 165-168.
Separating path systems (with Victor Falgas-Ravry, Teeradej Kittipassorn, Shoham Letzter and Bhargav Narayanan), Journal of Combinatorics 5 (2014), 335-354.