C.J. Argue

2nd year PhD student in Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University

Specializing in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization

Research

I am broadly interested in convex optimization, convex geometry, linear algebra, and online and approximation algorithms. In the past I have worked on graph theory and Ramsey theory.

Publications

Presentations

Teaching

Carnegie Mellon University
Spring 2018 21-292 Operations Research (TA)
Fall 2017 21-259 Calculus in 3D (TA)
Spring 2017 21-259 Calculus in 3D (TA)
Fall 2016 21-257 Methods and Models for Optimization (TA)
University of Chicago
Spring 2013 MATH 13200-13300 Elementary Functions and Calculus (TA)
Fall 2012 MATH 11200 Studies in Mathematics (TA)

ARML

Since 2016 I have been privileged to coach the Western Pennsylvania ARML Team, a Pittsburgh-area math team for high school and middle school students. The team competes each year in the American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) at Penn State University the first weekend of June. Members of the team compete in many other math competitions as well--local and national, individual and team. We practice weekly at CMU.

Check out our website!

Contact

Email cargue@andrew.cmu.edu
Office Wean Hall 6207
Mail Department of Mathematics
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213