Combinatorics & Discrete Mathematics

Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics is a vibrant research area encompassing fields vital to applications in computer science and the modeling of real-world phenomena. Within the University of Idaho faculty we have strength in the areas of graph theory, Ramsey theory, geometric Ramsey theory, and discrete and combinatorial geometry.

Mark Nielsen
Mark J. Nielsen, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of College of Science and Professor of Mathematics
Research Interests: Discrete and combinatorial geometry. Problems of particular interest to me involve colorings of the plane, inscribing figures, and combinatorial questions about finite point configurations.
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Hong Wang
Hong Wang, Ph.D.
Research Interests: Graph Theory and Combinatorics.
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Alexander Woo
Alexander Woo, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Research Interests: Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Combinatorics.
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