About me

I am Ricardo Rodriguez Reveco, a graduate student at PUC-Chile and Millennium Institute for Foundational Research on Data. I am also a part-time lecturer at Universidad Adolfo Ibañez and PUC. My interests are mainly Math, Computer Science, Politics and Volunteering.

My research interests are in graph theory, automata theory, algorithms, and game theory. I studied mathematics as an undergraduate on PUC-Chile, and I am a master student in computer science guided by Prof. Marcelo Arenas, and we are working on studying the exact complexity of counting regular path queries in graph databases for some specifics families of queries. Previously, I worked on a complexity analysis of a formalization of Schelling’s model of segregation and on combinatorial problems related to blockchains.