Department of Computing Science
Sir Alwyn Williams Building
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ
Personal Website: jessryan.co.uk
Graph Modification Problems in Edge-Coloured Graphs
My research interests include graph algorithms and computational complexity. I am particularly interested in parameterised complexity and problems with real-world applications.
Prior to starting my PhD, I completed an MSc in Applicable Mathematics at the London School of Economics and a BSc in Mathematics and Economics at Newcastle University.
- CETL-MSOR Conference 2015, (London 8/9 September 2015). Presentation title: "Developing Mathematics Revision Resources for Economics Undergraduate Students".
- MATCH-UP 2017, (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 20/21 April 2017)
- AlgoUK workshop, King’s College London (London 6/7 February 2018)
- Scottish Combinatorics Meeting 2018 (Edinburgh 26/27 April 2018)
- 2018 Colloquia in Combinatorics (London 8/9 May 2018). Poster title: "Subgraph Counting in Practice".
- The 3rd Glasgow Workshop on Mechanism Design and Behavioural Economics (Glasgow 18/19 May 2018)
- One-Day Meeting in Combinatorics (Oxford 23 May 2018)
- 25th Postgraduate Combinatorial Conference (London 4-6 June 2018). Presentation title: "Partitioning Edge-Coloured Graphs into Monochromatic Subgraphs".
- STOC 2018 (Los Angeles, California, USA 25-29 June 2018)
- AlgoUK workshop, Liverpool (Liverpool 19/20 September 2018)