My research is broadly in the areas of computational geometry and graph theory, inspired by problems in wireless networks, graphics, robotics and computational biology. My recent work includes theoretical results on geometric graphs for wireless communication, modular robot reconfiguration, polyhedra unfolding and DNA computing.
My research is currently supported by the following grant:
- CREU Research Award, amount $17,000 (2010-2011). Project website.
- NSF CCF-0728909, amount $91,942 (2007-2010). Project website.
- Villanova Faculty Development Grant, amount $2,000 (2009-2010).
- Villanova Summer Research Fellowship, amount $10,000, summer 2003.