## Research

My main interests are theory of computation and discrete geometry. I especially like their intersections, namely algorithmic self-assembly and computational geometry.

My co-authors are: Zachary Abel, Oswin Aichholzer, Greg Aloupis, Marwan Al-Jubeh, Arnon Amir, Kimberly Baldauf, Gill Barequet, Kobus Barnard, Nadia Benbernou, Sarah Cannon, Cameron Chalk, Remco Chang, David Charlton, Jordan Crouser, Erik Demaine, Martin Demaine, Marco Dorigo, David Doty, Vida Dujmović, Alon Efrat, Sarah Eisenstat, Quanfu Fan, Sándor Fekete, Eli Fox-Epstein, Jeremy Freeman, Michael Hoffman, Peter Houk, Ferran Hurtado, Benjamin Hescott, Dhananjay Ipparthi, Mashhood Ishaque, Stefan Langerman, Benjamin Lee, Anna Lubiw, Caleb Malchik, Eric Martinez, Massimo Mastrangeli, James McCann, Pierre-Etienne Meunier, Matthew Patitz, Günter Rote, André Schulz, Robert Schweller, Jack Snoeyink, Diane Souvaine, Scott Summers, Ranjini Swaminathan, Guillaume Theyssier, Godfried Toussaint, Csaba Tóth, Juhani Torkkola, Qiyam Tung, Luis Vega, Raoul Veroy, Giovanni Viglietta, Damien Woods, Tim Wylie.

A current list of my papers is below, partitioned by topic and in reverse chronological order.

Topics include tile self-assembly, plane tiling, and geometric reconfiguration.