I am a second-year PhD student supervised by Agelos Georgakopoulos.
I obtained my BSc in Mathematics from the University of Athens in 2019. My (unofficial) supervisor was Dimitrios M. Thilikos. Here is my CV.
I am mainly interested in combinatorics and graph theory, especially structural and topological graph theory.
During my time in Warwick, I have been a TA for the following classes: Combinatorics I, Discrete Mathematics and its Applications II, Graph Theory. I am compiling a collection of standard problems aimed at students who are taking their first class in discrete mathematics.
I have also delivered preparatory lectures for mathematical competitions, both in Athens and in Warwick. I was the deputy leader of the University of Warwick team for IMC 2020.
Conferences & Schools
Probabilistic Combinatorics Online, September 2020
Introduction to graph limits - Eotvos Lorand University summer school, June 2018
Yet Another Locker Problem - Warwick Mathematics Postgraduate Seminar, October 2020
Bidimensionality: What's It Good For? - Warwick-Imperial Autumn Meeting, November 2019
2. Czumaj, A., Kontogeorgiou, G., & Paterson, M. (2020), Combinatorial Communication in the Locker Room (preprint) (arxiv)
1. Kirousis, L., & Kontogeorgiou, G. (2018).102.18 The probleme des menages revisited. The Mathematical Gazette, 102(553), 147-149. doi:10.1017/mag.2018.27 (arxiv)
Undergraduate: A proof of the (1,2g)-self-duality of branchwidth
Kavala, on the Citadel