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Artur Czumaj

Job Title
Professor
Department
Computer Science
Phone
+44 24 7657 3796
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Research Interests

The main fields of research interest are: - Randomized algorithms and their probabilistic analysis, - Algorithmic aspects of game theory and economics, - Combinatorics and discrete mathematics, - Graph theory and graph algorithms, - String/pattern matching (applications and efficient implementations), - Parallel and distributed algorithms and communication networks.

Title Funder Award start Award end
IBM Faculty Award: Efficient Processing Methods for Big Graphs IBM 01 Oct 2017 30 Aug 2022
Weizmann - UK Joint Research Program: Combinatorial and Algorithmic Primitives for Modern Networks Weizmann Institute of Science 01 Oct 2018 30 Sep 2020
Sublinear Algorithms for Big Graphs EPSRC 01 Jan 2016 31 Dec 2018
Scalable Indexing and Compression: Algorithms and Combinatorics (Early Career Fellowship for Golnaz Badkobeh) Leverhulme Trust 01 Sep 2015 31 Aug 2018
International Exchanges Scheme - 2013/R1; Advances in Approximation Algorithms. Royal Society 01 Sep 2013 29 Feb 2016
Extension to DIMAP - The centre for discrete mathematics and its applications EPSRC 26 Mar 2013 25 Mar 2014
PATTERN MATCHING ALGORITHMS FOR STREAMING DATA (PDF FOR BEN SACH) EPSRC 01 Oct 2010 30 Sep 2013
Efficient Decentralised Approaches in Algorithmic Game Theory EPSRC 01 Oct 2009 30 Sep 2012
Advances in Sublinear Algorithms EPSRC 01 Sep 2009 31 Aug 2012
The Interplay between Algorithms and Randomness Weizmann Institute of Science 01 Jan 2010 31 Dec 2011
Workshop on extremal and probabilistic combinatorics - PI is J Hladky, PhD student British Combinatorial Committee 18 Jul 2010 25 Jul 2010
Workshop on Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics - J Hladky PI London Mathematical Society 18 Jul 2010 25 Jul 2010
Professor of Computer Science
Director of DIMAP
Office Hours

15:00 - 17:00 Monday (during term time only)

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