Discrete Mathematics
The discrete mathematics group consists of Richard AnsteeJoel Friedman, Andrew Rechnitzer, Jozsef Solymosi, Steph van Willigenburg.

Others in the department whose research connects to discrete mathematics include Omer Angel, Jim Bryan, Izabella Laba, Brian Marcus, Zinovy Reichstein, Lior Silberman.

Discrete Mathematics Courses 2015-2016

Term 1 MATH 340: Introduction to Linear Programming J. Friedman
Term 1 MATH 441: Mathematical Modeling: Discrete Optimization Problems
R. Anstee
Term 1
MATH 503: Discrete Mathematics
J. Solymosi
Term 2
MATH 340: Introduction to Linear Programming TBA
Term 2
MATH 340: Introduction to Linear Programming TBA
Term 2 MATH 342: Algebra Coding Theory and Cryptography TBA
Term 2 MATH 442: Optimization in Graphs and Networks
S. van Willigenburg
Term 2
MATH 523: Combinatorial Optimization
J. Solymosi

The outline for the Graduate Course Math 503: Discrete Mathematics.


The focus of this seminar will be to give talks in discrete maths accessible to grad students that introduce the speaker's subject, before moving onto their specific area and closing on open problems in that area.

Place:  ESB 4133 or 4127 at PIMS
Time: Tuesday 4-5pm (coffee and cookies from 3.45pm)
Details: Please look at the Events page here.

 If you would like to speak or suggest a speaker please email kseniya (at math splotch ubc splotch ca)

last modified September 2015.