About Me


Anthony Ostuni

I am a first-year PhD student in UC San Diego's theory group, where I am extremely fortuate to be advised by Daniel Kane and Shachar Lovett. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland (UMD), receiving a BS in computer science and applied mathematics.

I've previously spent time as a researcher at UMD's Combinatorics and Algorithms for Real Problems REU program, as well as a software engineering intern at Google and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.

Research Interests

My primary areas of interest are combinatorics and algorithms, specifically extremal combinatorics and spectral graph theory. See Papers for my publications.


I am always interested in connecting with researchers and other professionals, so feel free to reach me by email at aostuni (at) ucsd (dot) edu! You can also connect with me on LinkedIn, GitHub, and Google Scholar.