Antonio Blanca

I'm a second-year PhD student in Theoretical Computer Science at UC Berkeley. I'm interested in the design and analysis of randomized algorithms, Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, and spectral algorithms. I am fortunate to be supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and a Chancellors Fellowship for Graduate Study. I graduated from Georgia Tech with majors in Computer Science and Discrete Math.

My advisor is Alistair Sinclair.

Office: 625 Soda Hall, UC Berkeley
Email: ablanca (at) cs (dot) berkeley (dot) edu


Phase Coexistence and Slow Mixing for the Hard-Core Model on Z^2. (with D. Galvin, D. Randall, and P. Tetali).
RANDOM 2013, to appear.

Efficient Generation e-close to G(n,p) and Generalizations. (with M. Mihail).
Submitted, 2012.

On Universal Cycles for new Classes of Combinatorial Objects. (with A.P. Godbole).
SIAM J. Discrete Math., 2011, 25 (4), 1832-1842.