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Hitch and me.
||School of Mathematical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
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||Professor of Pure Mathematics
||m DOT jerrum AT qmul DOT ac DOT uk
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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
My research is supported by an EPSRC grant
which is a joint project with Leeds (Martin Dyer) and Liverpool (Leslie
Ann Goldberg). More details can be found
Some publications are available
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Random Processes. Course materials may be found
My Office hours can be found
- James Matthews (graduated 2008).
- John Faben (graduated 2012).
I am Director of Research in the School of Mathematical
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