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Address : School of Mathematical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Position : Professor of Pure Mathematics
Office : Maths 251
Email : m DOT jerrum AT qmul DOT ac DOT uk
Telephone : +44 (0)20 7882 5472
School Fax : +44 (0)20 7882 7684

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Research

I am interested combinatorics, computational complexity and stochastic processes. All of these ingredients come together in the study of randomised algorithms: computational procedures that exploit the surprising power of making random choices. A strong theme in this work is the analysis of the mixing time of combinatorially or geometrically defined Markov chains.

My research is supported by an EPSRC grant Computational Counting, which is a joint project with Leeds (Martin Dyer) and Liverpool (Leslie Ann Goldberg). More details can be found here.


Publications and Preprints

Some publications are available online. Or, for a more nearly complete listing of publications, click here. (This listing is generated in real time by MathSciNet.)

Teaching


Recent PhD Students


Other Activities

I am Director of Research in the School of Mathematical Sciences.

Personal


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