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I am a graduate student at Simon Fraser University. Right now, I'm working on the odd disjoint paths problem, clique immersions in signed graphs, and other parity versions of structural graph problems. I have also worked on algorithms for the so-called monopolar partition problem, and on characterizations for certain structured graph classes.
I have a wide range of interests and hobbies outside of math. With my wife Leah, I spend the weekend biking, playing board games, watching anime, and entertaining our very energetic cat Digby. As a dedicated househusband, I also enjoy cooking, organizing, and occasionally baking bread. The rest of my free time is usually spent in front of a text editor and terminal window, where I like to tinker with scripts and packages to discover mildly interesting facts.
|bio||website||rosschurchley.com||visits||member for||5 years, 8 months|
|location||Vancouver, BC||seen||May 22 at 20:37|