The Combinatorics Group

  1. Faculty and Post-Docs
  2. Current Graduate Students
  3. Graduate Studies
  4. Journals
  5. Links


Faculty and Post-Docs

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:

  • Danny Dyer
    Graph theory
  • David A. Pike
    Graph theory and design theory, graph decompositions and cycle properties, computational graph theory
  • Rolf Rees (1960-2012)
    Click here to view Dr. Rees' obituary.
  • Nabil Shalaby
    Skolem sequences, covering and packing designs, graph labellings
  • Andrea Burgess (Adjunct professor)
    Combinatorial design theory and graph theory
  • Jared Howell  (Cross-appointment, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland)
    Graph Theory, Combinatorial Designs and Enumeration
  • Rosie Cameron (Post-doc)
    Design theory


Current Graduate Students

NameProgramSupervisor(s)
Ahmad AlkasasbehPh.D.Shalaby
Iren DarijaniPh.D.Pike
Robert Luther Ph.D.Pike / Burgess
Oleg OgandzhanyantsPh.D.Shalaby / Kondratieva
Brittany PittmanM.Sc.Dyer


Graduate Studies

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.

The School of Graduate Studies has a very helpful website about Memorial University, St. John's, and all that we have to offer.

We are always seeking interested and qualified candidates for our graduate programs, in which you can apply online.

Journals

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.


Links

Contact

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