Professor André Kézdy

Department of Mathematics
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292 USA

office  - 
Natural Sciences Building Room 325
email  -  kezdy@louisville.edu
phone - (502) 852-5986

 
  

Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Illinois @ Champaign-Urbana, 1991
B.A.   Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1984

Research interests:
   graph theory, combinatorics, computational complexity, algebraic methods in combinatorics,
   combinatorial algorithms
  
   Some of my recent research papers can be found here: https://arxiv.org/search/?query=kezdy&searchtype=all

   Links to mathscinet review of older published/reviewed papers (requires access to AMS mathscinet):
      https://mathscinet.ams.org/mathscinet/search/publications.html?pg1=INDI&s1=308565


Teaching
    (Spring 2021)
    Math 105: Quantitative Reasoning - QR, Section 50 (online, asynchronous)
    Math 205: Calculus I - QR

    (Fall 2020)
    Math 105: Quantitative Reasoning - QR, Section 50 (online, asynchronous)
    Math 205: Calculus I - QR, Section 11, MWF 8:00am-9:15am, (remote instruction, 100% online, synchronous)

    (Summer 2020 - Term II: June 2 - July 7)
    Math 105: Quantitative Reasoning - QR, Section 50 (online)
 
    (Spring 2020)
    Math 105: Quantitative Reasoning - QR, Section 50 (online)
    Math 205: Calculus I - QR, Section 5, MTTh 1:00pm-2:15pm, NS 212E
    Math 682: Combinatorics & Graph Theory II, Section 01, TTh 9:30am-10:45am, NS 130

    (Fall 2019)
    Math 105: Quantitative Reasoning - QR, Section 50 (online)
    Math 205: Calculus I - QR, Section 10, MTTh 1:00pm-2:15pm, NS 317
    Math 681: Combinatorics & Graph Theory I, Section 01, TTh 9:30am-10:45am, NS 130


Doctoral students
   Lesley Wiglesworth (Ph.D. May, 2008) topic: unit-bar visibility graphs
   Tim Brauch (Ph.D. May, 2009), topic:  applications of the Combinatorial Nullstellensatz on bipartite graphs
   Adam Jobson (Ph.D. Dec., 2011), topic: avoiding, pretending, and querying: three combinatorial problems
   Chris Caragianis (Ph.D.  Dec. 2012), topic: connected matchings in special families of graphs
   Charlie Suer (Ph.D. Aug. 2015), topic: the PC-tree algorithm, Kuratowski subdivisions, and the torus

Good reading:
   "You and your research", Richard Hamming

Thanks for visiting!   
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Last updated: September 23, 2019