Stanford Science Fellow

Department of Mathematics

Stanford University

Email: jtidor@stanford.edu

Office: 384-D

I am a Stanford Science Fellow in the Department of Mathematics. My faculty host is Jacob Fox. Previously I received my PhD from MIT, advised by Yufei Zhao.

#### Research interests

Extremal graph theory, discrete geometry, additive combinatorics

#### Selected publications

A full list of my publications can be found on arXiv and Google Scholar.

###### Extremal graph theory

- Ramsey and Turán numbers of sparse hypergraphs (with Jacob Fox, Maya Sankar, Michael Simkin, and Yunkun Zhou)
- Hypergraph expanders of all uniformities from Cayley graphs (with David Conlon and Yufei Zhao)

*Proc. Lond. Math. Soc.*121 (2020), 1311–1336.

###### Discrete geometry

- Equiangular lines with a fixed angle (with Zilin Jiang, Yuan Yao, Shengtong Zhang, and Yufei Zhao)

*Ann. of Math.*194 (2021), 729–743. - Joints of varieties (with Hung-Hsun Hans Yu and Yufei Zhao)

*Geom. Funct. Anal.*32 (2022), 302–339.

###### Additive combinatorics

- Popular differences for matrix patterns (with Aaron Berger, Ashwin Sah, and Mehtaab Sawhney)

*Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.*375 (2022), 2677–2704. - Testing linear-invariant properties (with Yufei Zhao)

*SIAM J. Comput.*51 (2022) 1230–1279 and*FOCS*2020. - Induced arithmetic removal: complexity 1 patterns over finite fields (with Jacob Fox and Yufei Zhao)

*Israel J. Math.*248 (2022), 1–38.