Research Groups

Discrete Mathematics & Algebraic Combinatorics

Discrete mathematics is the study of mathematical structures that are by nature discrete rather than continuous. It includes combinatorics and graph theory

Academics

Continuing Staff:

Dr Richard BRAK (Senior Lecturer)
Professor Jan DE GIER (Professor / Head of School)
Professor Peter FORRESTER (Professor)
Professor Anthony (Tony) GUTTMANN (Professor)
Professor Arun RAM (Professor)
Dr Michael WHEELER (ARC DECRA)
Professor Sanming ZHOU (Professor)

Research Fellows:

Dr Nicholas BEATON (Research Fellow / ARC DECRA)
Dr Iwan JENSEN (Senior Research Fellow)
Associate Professor Paul ZINN-JUSTIN (Associate Professor / ARC Future Fellow)

Visitors

A/Prof. Benjamin BURTON (The University of Queensland)
Dr. Stephen DOTY (Loyola University)
Herbert HUPPERT (University of Cambridge)
Dr. Sangjib KIM (The University of Queesland)
Dr. Yangming LI (Department of Mathematics, Guangdong University of Education)


Students

Postgraduates:

Patrick ANDERSEN Coverage and connectivity in wireless sensor networks
Zeying CHEN
Andrew ELVEY PRICE
John FOXCROFT Combinatorial Enumeration and the Bethe Auzats.
William MOORE Bi-orthogonal Polynomials and the Combinatorics of Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process
Nemanja POZNANOVIC
Anas RAHMAN
Muhammad Adib SURANI The Isoperimetric Problem in Block Designs
Jon Yue Zhang XU Chevalley Groups, Schubert Varieties and Finite Geometry

Masters (RT):