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Taisa Lopes Martins


PhD student

Office: B0.13
Email: T dot Lopes-Martins at warwick dot ac dot uk

I am a PhD student in Mathematics under the supervision of Dan Král'.

Research interests:

Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics, Graph Limits, Structural Graph Theory.


2015/16 Term 1: seminars for CS260 Algorithms
2015/16 Term 2: seminars for CS254 Algorithmic Graph Theory
2015/16 Term 2: supervisions for 1st year Discrete Mathematics' students
2016/17 Term 1: seminars for CS301 Complexity of Algorithms
2016/17 Term 2: seminars for CS137 Discrete Mathematics and its Applications 2


J. W. Cooper, D. Kráľ, T. Martins: Finitely forcible graph limits are universal, available as arXiv:1701.03846.

Contributions in proceedings of mathematical conferences:

M. R. Cerioli, T. L. Martins: Structural Results for General Partition, Equistable and Triangle graphs, Proceedings of Eurocomb’15, to be published in Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics.

Further information: Personal webpage, Curriculum vitae.