- Prof. Dr. Amin Coja-Oghlan
- Prof. Dr. Raman Sanyal
- Prof. Dr. Thorsten Theobald
- Prof. Dr. Claus-Peter Schnorr
- Dr. Samuel Hetterich
- Dr. Noela Müller
- Stephan Gardoll
- Oliver Gebhard
- Max Hahn-Klimroth
- Joon Lee
- Philipp Loick
- Sebastian Manecke
- Helen Naumann
- Jean Ravelomanana
- Maurice Rolvien
- ehemalige Mitglieder
Random graphs: cores, colourings and contagion.
The aim of this collaborative project, which is hosted jointly at Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany and at TU Graz in Austria, is to advance the rigorous mathematical understanding of random graphs with the assistance of novel mathematical tools originating, for example, from enumerative combinatorics or the recent theory of graph limits. Specific problems that we intend to study include the graph colouring problem on random graphs, strongly connected sub-structures of random graphs called cores and the contagion of cascading events. For example, graph colouring has been a core topic of mathematics since the famous four colour problem posed by Gutherie in 1852. Cores have applications, for example, in coding theory, and contagion is a key topic in the study of complex social or artificial networks.
The grant is an Austrian-German DACH-Project, supported by Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and German Research Foundation (DFG), Grant no. I3747, 1.10.2018-30.9.2021.
Project members (Goethe University Frankfurt)
|Prof. Dr. Amin Coja-Oghlan (PI)||acoghlan||308||25568|
|Jean Bernoulli Ravelomanana||raveloma||310b||25570|
All mail adresses end with @math.uni-frankfurt.de, all phone numbers start with +49 69 798.
Project members (TU Graz)
|Prof. Dr. Mihyun Kang (PI)||kang||ST02 184||5350|
|Oliver Cooley||cooley||ST02 156||5362|
All mail adresses end with @math.tugraz.at, all phone numbers start with +43 316 873.