I am a first year PhD student in the Division of Theory and Foundations (FoCS) and the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) at the University of Warwick. I am fortunate to be advised by Dr. Torsten Mütze. My research is supported by the Chancellor's International Scholarship 2020.
Before joining Warwick, I graduated with a MSc degree in Theoretical Computer Science from Chennai Mathematical Institute, India, where I was advised by Dr. Partha Mukhopadhyay. During my masters, I was also a research intern at Sorbonne University, Paris, where I was advised by Dr. Vincent Cohen-Addad.
I'm broadly interested in combinatorics and computational complexity. Currently, I am working on the problem of finding a Hamiltonian cycle in vertex-transitive graphs.
Sometimes, I also like to dwell upon problems in Quantum Computing.
- On Hamilton cycles in Kneser graphs
- British Early Career Mathematicians' Colloquium, July 15, 2021
- British Combinatorial Conference, July 09, 2021
FoCS Theory Workshop (organizer) (June 28, 2021)
2020/21 Term 2:
- CS254-15 Algorithmic Graph Theory (Associate Tutor - seminars)
2020/21 Term 1:
- CS260 Algorithms (Associate Tutor - seminars)
namrata at warwick dot ac dot uk
Office : CS 2.18, Department of Computer Science