Yi Zhao, Professor

Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Georgia State University
25 Park Place, Atlanta, GA 30303

Office: 1403, (404) 413-6452
Email: yzhao6 AT gsu.edu


Yi Zhao

Short Bio

I graduated from Rutgers University in 2001, under the supervision of Endre Szemeredi (2012 Abel Prize Laureate).

I was a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago 2002-2005. I joined GSU as an Assistant Professor in 2005, became an Associate Professor in 2011, and a professor in 2016.

Research Interests:

Combinatorics, Graph Theory, theoretical Computer Science.

External grants

Internal grants: Campus Research Board Award (UIC), Research Initiation Grant, and Faculty Mentored Grant (GSU).

Publications (on-line papers):

PhD Students:

Jie Han (graduated in 2015, now a full Professor at the Beijing Institute of Technology) and Chuanyun Zang (graduated in 2016, now a data scientist at AT&T).