Visiting Assistant Professor
Ph.D in Computer Science, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2017
B.S., in Computer Science, Lahore University of Management Sciences, 2008
I have a broad interest in Combinatorics, with an emphasis on Combinatorial Geometry and Additive Combinatorics. Much of my recent work involves studying incidence problems (such as the Sylvester-Gallai and Szemeredi-Trotter theorems), with a focus on the use of algebraic techniques.
- “Improved sum-product bounds over C”, A. Basit, B. Lund, A. Sheffer. In prepa-ration.
- “On the number of ordinary lines determined by sets in complex space”, A. Basit, Z. Dvir, S. Saraf and C. Wolf. arXiv:1611.08740.
- “Incidences with k-non-degenerate sets and their applications”, A. Basit and A. Sheffer. Journal of Computational Geometry, 5.1 (2014): 284-302.