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Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993.
Ph.D., Cornell University, 1981.
Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1993.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 2010.
Algebraic Combinatorics and Combinatorial Representation Theory.
|Rafael S. González D'león
Ph.D. University of Miami, 2014.
Algebraic and Topological Combinatorics.
Qualified Graduate Students
- Yue Cai (Readdy)
- Robert Davis (Braun)
- Brad Fox (Ehrenborg)
- Alex Happ (Ehrenborg)
- Dustin Hedmark (Ehrenborg)
- Wesley Hough (Braun)
- Sarah Nelson (Lee)
- Liam Solus (Braun)
- Clifford Taylor (Lee)
Current Doctoral Students in Math Education
Romona Birch (Math Ed; C. Lee, Co-Advisor with M. Mohr-Schroeder)
Affiliated Graduate Students
- Brian Davis
- Marie Meyer
- Sarah Orchard
Visiting Faculty and Postdocs Alumni (First Position after U Kentucky Listed)
- Sergey Kitaev , Visiting Assistant Professor Fall 2003 - Fall 2004, Tenure-track Assistant Professor at Reykjavik University in Iceland
- Edwin O'Shea, Visiting Assistant Professor 2006 - 2007, Two-year postdoc at CINVESTAV in Mexico City, Mexico
- Jakayla Robbins, Postdoctoral Scholar 2003-2004, Tenure-track Assistant Professor at the University of Montana
- Guoce Xin , Visiting Assistant Professor 2005 - 2006, Center for Combinatorics, Nankai University
- Judy Goldsmith - Dept. of Computer Science.
- Andrew Klapper - Dept. of Computer Science.
- Victor Marek - Dept. of Computer Science.
- Mirek Truszczynski - Dept. of Computer Science.
- Ruriko Yoshida - Dept. of Statistics.
- Discrete CATS Seminar (CATS = Combinatorics, Algebra, Topology, Statistics)
- WILDCATS Seminar
- Computer Science Colloquium
- University of Louisville Algebra & Combinatorics Seminar. Information: Jake Wildstrom.
Spring 2015 Graduate Courses
- MA 614 - Enumerative Combinatorics, B. Braun
Fall 2014 Graduate Courses
- MA 514 - Combinatorial Structures and Techniques, C. Lee.
- MA 714 - Discrete Morse Theory (Topics in Discrete Mathematics), B. Braun.
Spring 2014 Graduate Courses
- MA 614 - Enumerative Combinatorics, M. Readdy.
- MA 714 - Topics in Discrete Mathematics (Unimodal sequences), B. Braun.
- MA 415 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics (Fall)
- MA/CS 340 - Applicable Algebra; (Discrete Structures in CS) (Spring)
Sample Qualifying Coursework for Doctoral Students
- MA 514 - Combinatorial Structures and Techniques
- MA 515 - Linear and Combinatorial Optimization
- MA 614 - Enumerative Combinatorics
- MA 714 - Combinatorics of Coxeter Groups
- MA 714 - Geometric Combinatorics
- MA 714 - Geometric Probability
- MA 715 - Commutative Algebra and Polytopes
- MA 715 - Graph Theory
- MA 715 - Hyperplane Arrangements
- MA 715 - Matroid Theory
- MA 715 - Polytope Theory
- MA 715 - Representation Theory and the Symmetric Group
- CS 575 - Theoretical Aspects of Computing