Michael Simkin

Michael Simkin

Instructor in Applied Mathematics

Office: 2-347


Probabilistic combinatorics, random graphs, and random processes


Michael Simkin is an instructor of applied mathematics at the MIT math department. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University's Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications. He earned his PhD at Hebrew University, where he was advised by Nati Linial.

Michael is interested in probabilistic combinatorics, random hypergraphs, random processes, and related computational questions.