M.Sc. Alexander Grosz


Office: Room 6010, Karlstr. 45 (6th floor), 80333 München

E-Mail: alexander.grosz(at)tum.de

Office Hours: by appointment

Research Interests

  • Computational Complexity in Local Search
  • Smoothed Analysis of Algorithms
  • Algorithmic Game Theory
  • Theoretical Computer Science


  • Summer term 2022:

    • Workshop: Mathematische Miniaturen

    • Workshop: Mathematische Knobeleien - von Löwen, Springern und Zwergen

  • Winter term 2021/22:

    • Seminar: Fair Division - Algorithms, Complexity & Optimization

    • Bachelor's thesis: Generalizations of Hall’s Marriage Theorem

  • Summer term 2021: Case Studies in Discrete Optimization (MA4512)


Since 2020

PhD Student at the Chair of Operations Research, TUM.

2017 – 2020

Teaching Assistant/Tutor at the Institute of Discrete Mathematics and Geometry, Vienna University of Technology.

2015 – 2020

BSc and MSc with distinction in Technical Mathematics at Vienna University of Technology.

Master's thesis on "Exponential Integrators for time-dependent multi-particle Schrödinger equations". Awarded prize for outstanding thesises by the city of Vienna.