C.J. Argue
4th year PhD student in Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University
Specializing in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Optimization
Advised by Anupam Gupta
Research
I am broadly interested in online algorithms and other information theoretic questions in algorithms, convex geometry, convex optimization, and linear algebra. In the past I have worked on graph theory.Publications

Chasing Convex Bodies with Linear Competitive Ratio

with A. Gupta, G. Guruganesh, and Z. Tang, SODA 2020 (to appear).
Awarded SODA 2020 Best Paper

A NearlyLinear Bound for Chasing Nested Convex Bodies

with S. Bubeck, M. Cohen, A. Gupta, and Y. Lee, SODA 2019.

Covers in Partitioned Intersecting Hypergraphs

with R. Aharoni, European J. Combin. 2016.
Presentations
 Chasing convex bodies with linear competitive ratio.
 Chasing nested convex bodies.

Rankone generated spectral cones defined by two homogeneous linear matrix inequalities.
Teaching
Spring 2019  21122 Integration and Approximation (Lead TA) 
Fall 2019  21228 Discrete Mathematics 
Summer 2019  21120 Differential and Integral Calculus (Instructor) 
Spring 2019  21127 Concepts of Mathematics (Lead TA) 
Fall 2018  21228 Discrete Mathematics 
Summer 2018  21120 Differential and Integral Calculus (Instructor) 
Spring 2018  21292 Operations Research 
Fall 2017  21259 Calculus in 3D 
Spring 2017  21259 Calculus in 3D 
Fall 2016  21257 Methods and Models for Optimization 
Spring 2013  MATH 1320013300 Elementary Functions and Calculus 
Fall 2012  MATH 11200 Studies in Mathematics 
ARML
Since 2016 I have been privileged to coach the Western Pennsylvania ARML Team, a Pittsburgharea math team for high school and middle school students. We compete in the annual American Regions Mathematics League (ARML) at Penn State University. Members of the team compete in many other math competitions as welllocal and national, individual and team. We practice weekly at CMU.
Contact me if you are interested, and check out our website!
Contact
cargue@andrew.cmu.edu  
Office  Wean Hall 6207 
Department of Mathematics Carnegie Mellon University 5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213 