The rainbow saturation number is linear, with Tom Johnston, Shoham Letzter, Natasha Morrison and Shannon Ogden, 2024, SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics 38.2, pp. 1239-1249. [arXiv]

Improved bounds for cross-Sperner systems“, with Akina Kuperus, Natasha Morrison and Ashna Wright, 2024, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 31.2, Paper 2.4. [arXiv]

The iterated local transitivity model for hypergraphs”, with Anthony Bonato, Melissa A. Huggan, Rehan Malik, and Trent G. Marbach, 2023, Discrete Applied Mathematics 337, pp. 106-119. [arXiv]

Synchronizing times for k-sets in automata”. 2022 (with Robert Johnson). Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 29.3, Paper 3.41. [arXiv]

Tight bounds on probabilistic zero forcing on hypercubes and grids”, with Paweł Prałat and Trent G. Marbach, 2022, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 29.1, Paper 1.3. [arXiv]

The localization capture time of a graph”, with Anthony Bonato, Melissa A. Huggan, Trent G. Marbach, and Brittany Pittman, 2022, Theoretical Computer Science 911, pp.80-91. [arXiv]

Semi-perfect 1-factorizations of the hypercube”, 2019, Discrete Mathematics 342.6, pp. 1696-1702. [arXiv]

Hypergraph saturation irregularities”, 2018, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics 25.2, Paper 2.11. [arXiv]


Layered subgraphs of the hypercube”, with Imre Leader, Natasha Morrison and Kada Williams.

A note on the invertibility of oriented graphs”, with Tom Johnston, Natasha Morrison and Shannon Ogden.

Thresholds for constrained Ramsey and anti-Ramsey problems”, with Robert Hancock, Joseph Hyde, Shoham Letzter and Natasha Morrison.

An approximate counting version of the Multidimensional Szemerédi Theorem”, with Joseph Hyde, Natasha Morrison, Jonathan A. Noel and Ashna Wright.

Common pairs of graphs”, with Natasha Morrison and Jonathan A. Noel.

Off-diagonal commonality of graphs via entropy”, with Natasha Morrison and Jonathan A. Noel.

Sidorenko-type inequalities for pairs of trees”, with Gabriel Crudele, Jonathan A. Noel and Lina M. Simbaqueba.

Subgraph games in the semi-random graph process and its generalization to hypergraphs”, with Paweł Prałat, Trent Marbacht and Andrzej Ruciński.

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