Huy Tuan Pham

I am a Visiting Clay Fellow and Stanford Science Fellow in the Department of Mathematics at Stanford University. I previously obtained my PhD from Stanford University, where I was very fortunate to be advised by Professor Jacob Fox. I got my BS in Mathematics and MS in Statistics with Honors and Distinction from Stanford University, and a Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics with Distinction from the University of Cambridge.

Research Interests

Probabilistic combinatorics, additive combinatorics, extremal combinatorics, probability theory, theoretical computer science, deep learning.



Probabilistic Combinatorics

Additive Combinatorics

Deep Learning Theory

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Theoretical Computer Science, approximate sampling and counting


Past and upcoming seminars

Selected Awards and Distinctions

Rank 1 - Part III of the Mathematical Tripos - University of Cambridge, 2019.

Pure Mathematics Prize - University of Cambridge, 2019.

Morgan Prize Honorable Mention, 2018.

Kennedy Thesis Prize in the Natural Sciences - Stanford University, 2018.

Deans’ Award for Academic Achievement - Stanford University, 2017.

Gold Medal - International Mathematical Olympiad, 2014, 2013.