Discrete Mathematics Group at URI

The faculty of our group is interested in a wide range of areas in discrete mathematics both pure and applied: graph theory, network theory, extremal and probabilistic methods, analytic methods, finite model theory, combinatorial games, combinatorial optimization, bioinformatics applications.

Seminar  Our seminar is held Fridays 1-2pm in Lippitt 204. Seminar archive.

Speaker Noah M. Daniels, URI
Title From biology to astronomy: the shape of big data
Time Friday December 8, 2017, 1-2pm, Lippitt 204


Faculty and their research
     Michael Barrus, graph theory
     Nancy Eaton, Associate Dean at the College of Arts and Sciences, graph theory
     Barbara Kaskosz, analysis and its applications to discrete mathematics
     William Kinnersley, graph theory and combinatorial games
     Alexandr Kodess, algebraic combinatorics
     Lubos Thoma, extremal and probabilistic combinatorics

Doctoral students
     Jean Guillaume
     John Jones
     Eric Peterson

Graduate courses   MTH547 Combinatorics, MTH548 Graph Theory, MTH515/516 Algebra, MTH550 Probability and Stochastic Processes, MTH656 Probability on Discrete Structures, CSC541 Advanced Topics in Algorithms, CSC542 Mathematical Analysis of Algorithms, CSC544 Theory of Computation, Special topics courses in Extremal Graph Theory, Ramsey Theory, Algebraic Combinatorics.

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