I am working on my M.Sc. in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Victoria under the supervision of Dr. Jing Huang. I completed my undergraduate studies in mathematics at the same university in 2018.
I am interested in graph theory and combinatorics. I am currently working on a problem arising from orienting simple graphs into a class of digraphs known as local tournaments. Particularly, I'm interested in simple graphs which are partially oriented, whose partial orientations cannot be completed into a local tournament. Graph theory is an area of mathematics that studies the properties of the mathematical object known as graphs, which are collections of vertices and edges joining the vertices. Graphs are interesting to consider per se as abstract mathematical objects, but graphs are useful models of many combinatorial problems, and results from graph theory are oftentimes readily applicable to areas such as computer science, as graphs are natural models of many real-world phenomenoa.
B.Sc. Mathematics with honours, University of Victoria, 2018.
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