Prof. Dr. Christine Alewell
Environment, Mathematics and statisticsbiogeochemistry, isotope geochemistry, soil science
Mathematics and statistics
Combinatorics, Discrete Probability, Theoretical Computer Science
Probabilistic Combinatorics, Enumerative Combinatorics, Combinatorics in Statistical Physics
Random Graphs and Hypergraphs, Random Graphs on Surfaces, Random Discrete Structures
Randomised Algorithms, Analysis of Algorithms
since 2016 Member of the IMU (International Mathematical Union) Circle
2015 Special Contribution Award, Korean Mathematical Society
2011 Offer of a professor position at Alpen-Adria University in Klagenfurt, Austria (not realised)
2011 Offer of a W2-professor position at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany (not realised)
2008 – 2011 Heisenberg Fellowship from the German Research Foundation (DFG)
1996 – 2001 Scholarship at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology
1994, 1995 Awards at the National Undergraduate Mathematics Competition, Korean Mathematical Society
1992 – 1996 Scholarship from the Korea Research Foundation
1992, 1996 Special prize and scholarship, Cheju National University, South Korea
English, German, Korean
M. Behrisch, A. Coja-Oghlan and M. Kang, The asymptotic number of connected d-uniform hypergraphs, Combinatorics, Probability and Computing 23 (2014), 367-385.
M. Behrisch, A. Coja-Oghlan and M. Kang, Local limit theorems for the giant component of random hypergraphs, Combinatorics, Probability and Computing 23 (2014), 331-366.
M. Kang, W. Perkins and J. Spencer, The Bohman-Frieze process near criticality, Random Structures and Algorithms 43 (2013), 221-250.
M. Kang and T. Luczak, Two critical periods in the evolution of random planar graphs, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 364 (2012), 4239-4265.
M. Bodirsky, É. Fusy, M. Kang and S. Vigerske, Boltzmann samplers, Pólya theory and cycle pointing, SIAM Journal on Computing 40 (2011), 721-769.
M. Kang and M. Loebl, The enumeration of planar graphs via Wick's theorem, Advances in Mathematics 221 (2009), 1703-1724.
M. Bodirsky, M. Kang, M. Löffler and C. McDiarmid, Random cubic planar graphs, Random Structures and Algorithms 30 (2007), 78-94.
M. Bodirsky, C.cGröpl and M. Kang, Generating labeled planar graphs uniformly at random, Theoretical Computer Science 379 (2007), 377-386.
2015 – 2019 FWF Doctoral Program "Discrete Mathematics" (as Principal Investigator of Project 14: Random graphs on a surface)
2015 – 2018 FWF Research Grant "Asymptotic properties of graphs on a surface" (as Principal Investigator)
2014 – 2017 FWF Research Grant "Phase transitions and critical phenomena in random graphs" (as Principal Investigator)
2011 – 2014 DFG Research Grant: Phase transitions in random graphs and random graph processes (as principal investigator)
2011 Research training group: Methods for discrete structures (associated on the original proposal)
2007 – 2008 International Joint Project of the Royal Society of the United Kingdom (research project: Algorithms to find dense clusters in large networks)
2018 – 2019 Head of the Institute of Discrete Mathematics, TU Graz
2016 – 2017 Deputy Head of the Institute of Discrete Mathematics, TU Graz
since 2016 Deputy Head of Fields of Expertise Information, Communication & Computing, TU Graz
since 2014 Member of the Executive Board of the Discrete Mathematics Group of the German Mathematical Society
since 2013 Member of the Senate of TU Graz
since 2012 Chief Editor of the journal Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science (Section: Combinatorics)
2012 – 2015 Head of the Institute of Optimisation and Discrete Mathematics, TU Graz
2011 – 2016 Associate Editor of the journal SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics
2010 – 2014 Member of the organizing committee for the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM)
Membership on the programme committee for ALÉA in Europe School, AofA 2016, AofA 2014, ISAAC 2010, SODA 2009, FAW 2009, GECCO 2009
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