Alex McDonald

Graduate Student

Office 908 Hylan Building


I am a graduate student at the University of Rochester. My advisor is Alex Iosevich. I am interested in combinatorics and analysis, particularly geometric combinatorics and geometric measure theory. Much of my work has been related to Erdos-Falconer type distance problems and generalizations to large point configurations, both in the Euclidean setting and in vector spaces over finite fields. I am also interested in geometric incidences and related problems in geometric combinatorics.


You can find my CV here.

My publications


I am currently the head TA for Math 142. For past teaching experience, see my CV.