I am an assistant professor at Oregon State University. My research area is theoretical computer science, with an emphasis on lattices and geometric algorithms.
Previously, I was a postdoc at the University of Michigan working with Chris Peikert, and before that I was a postdoc at Northwestern University. I completed my Ph.D. at New York University advised by Daniel Dadush (CWI, Amsterdam) and Chee Yap. My CV is available here. My email address is huck.bennett (at) oregonstate (dot) edu.
In my spare time I enjoy running, skiing, climbing, and mountaineering especially in my beloved home state of Colorado. Additionally, I enjoy reading and playing Go.
Before coming to Oregon State, I did postdocs at the University of Michigan and Northwestern University. Before that, I received my Ph.D. in computer science from NYU's Courant Institute, my master's degree in computer science from the University of Colorado's CUPLV group, and my bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin. I am originally from the bustling metropolis of Hygiene, CO, which was named for the sanitarium that it once housed, and which is now most famous as the home of Apple the Cow.
My full first name, Huxley, is actually an English last name.