# Gregor Lagodzinski

**Research Group Algorithm Engineering**

Hasso Plattner Institute

Office: A-1.7/8

Tel.: +49 331 5509-423

E-Mail: Gregor.Lagodzinski(at)hpi.de

## Research Interests

Originally being a mathematician my interests are tending towards more abstract concepts like

- Extremal Graph Theory
- Analytic Combinatorics
- Representation Theory.

However, utilizing the abstract way of thinking to tackle more concrete problems enjoys me. For instance, I am also interested in

- Game Theory
- Random Graphs and Networks in different Geometries
- Evolutionary Algorithms.

## Miscellaneous

### Fun Facts

The golden ratio is not always nice to have. The clock-scheme for the visualization of continuous fractions due to L.R. Ford gives for the golden ratio the result you can find on the left hand side. Taking the numbers mod 12 results in a clock, that might prevent you from calling it a day!

## Publications

## Activities

I am a supervisor for the chairs current Bachelor Project "Efficient Shortest Paths on Portable Devices".

## Teaching

### As a Lecturer

- Diskrete Strukturen, Winter 2016/17, HPI Potsdam

### As a Tutor

- Lineare Algebra I, Winter 2011/12, FU Berlin
- Lineare Algebra II, Summer 2012, FU Berlin
- Geometrie, Summer 2013, FU Berlin
- Randomisierte Algorithmen, Summer 2016, HPI Potsdam
- Randomisierte Algorithmen II, Winter 2016/17, HPI Potsdam

## Short CV

### Education

June 2008: German high school degree (*Abitur*) from Schadow Gymnasium Berlin, Germany

Oct. 2008 - Sept. 2012: Undergraduate studies in mathematics at FU Berlin, Germany

Feb. 2013: Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics

Oct. 2012 - Mar. 2016: Graduate studies in mathematics at FU Berlin, Germany

Oct. 2015: Master of Science degree in mathematics

### Positions

Aug. 2011 - July 2013: Student Assistant in the ERC Advanced Grant Project *SDModels* at the chair for Discrete Geometry at FU Berlin, Germany.

Starting 2016: Ph.D. student and researcher at the chair for Algorithm Engineering at HPI Potsdam, Germany