Associate Professor David WOOD
Principal Fellow (Associate) / ARC Queen Elizabeth II Fellow
School of Mathematics and Statistics
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Extra Information
Graphs are ubiquitous mathematical structures that model relational information such as information flows, social networks, and biochemical pathways. My research attempts to answer fundamental questions in the interplay between graph structure theory (minors, treewidth, grad, etc.) and geometric properties of graphs (crossing number, book thickness, metric embeddings, etc.).
Past Postgraduate Supervision
Name | Thesis title |
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Daniel HARVEY | "An investigation into graph minors" |
Bin JIA | "Link graphs" |
Michael PAYNE | "Problems in geometric graph theory" |
Past MSc Students
Name | Project title |
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Kevin FRAY | |
Jessica MCCLINTOCK |
Recent Grant History
Year(s) | Source | Type | Title |
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2012 - 2014 | ARC | Discovery | Hadwiger's graph colouring conjecture |