Faculty who are actively engaged in research in areas of combinatorics at Memorial University, along with a brief description of their interests, are listed below:
|Name||Program||Years in Program||Supervisor(s)|
|Robert Luther||Ph.D.||2016-||Pike / Burgess|
|Sadegheh Haghshenas||Ph.D.||2010-||Dyer / Shalaby|
|Xiaoliang Qi||M.Sc.||2007-||Parmenter / Shalaby|
|Name||Program||Supervisor(s)||Thesis Title||Subsequent Status|
|Asiyeh Sanaei||Ph.D. (2012)||Pike||Existential closure of graphs||Post-doc, Acadia University|
|Pike / Shalaby||The Hamiltonicity of Block-Intersection Graphs of Balanced Incomplete Block Designs||M.Ed. student, Memorial University|
|Rebecca Keeping||M.Sc. (2010)||Dyer / Radford||The Watchman's Walk Problem and its Variations|
|Sueng-Byong (Light) Go||M.Sc. (2009)||Mata-Montero / Shalaby||Combinatorics and its applications in DNA analysis|
|ÅÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂznur YaÅŸar Diner||Ph.D. (2008)||Dyer / Kondratieva / Pike||Algorithmic Complexity and Extremality Characterizations for Edge Searching and Its Variations||Lecturer, Memorial University|
|Joshua Manzer||M.Sc. (2008)||Dyer / Pike||Perfect Triple Configurations from Matchings||Ph.D. student, University of Victoria|
|Daniela Silvesan||M.Sc. (2007)||Shalaby||The spectrum of Skolem and hooked Skolem sequences with a prescribed number of pairs in common and applications||Ph.D. student, Memorial University|
|Colin Reid||M.Sc. (2006)||Shalaby||Extended near-Skolem type sequences, infinite Skolem sequences, and related topics||Ph.D. student, McMaster University|
|Yubo Zou||Ph.D. (2006)||Pike||Decycling and dominating cubes and grids||Visiting Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina|
|Andrea Burgess||M.Sc. (2005)||Pike||Cycle systems: an investigation of colouring and invariants||Ph.D. student, University of Ottawa|
|David Morgan||M.Sc. (2001)||Shalaby||Gracefully labelled trees from Skolem and related sequences||Ph.D. student, University of Alberta|
At the graduate level, studies in combinatorics may be undertaken which lead to both the M.Sc. and Ph.D. Details of our department's graduate programs can be reviewed here.
We are always seeking interested and qualified candidates for our graduate programs, in which you can apply online.
During the Fall and Winter semesters we have a seminar that usually meets every week. Follow this link to view a list of scheduled talks.
Many of the following journals are available, either electronically or in hardcopy format at the Queen Elizabeth II Library.
Links to additional combinatorics journals can be found here.