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Robert Brignall

I am Senior Lecturer in Combinatorics and Director of Research for the School of Mathematics and Statistics. I teach on M303 Further Pure Mathematics, MT365 Graphs, Networks and Design, M823 Analytic Number Theory I and (as an Associate Lecturer) on M840 Dissertation in Mathematics.  One of the highlights of my year is teaching on the M500 Revision Weekend, where I get to meet students from all walks of life.

My research interests are in Combinatorics (which is a fancy name for “counting”) and Graph theory (which is the study of networks formed by nodes and connecting links). Outside work, I have two young children, and enjoy choral singing and cycling (not usually at the same time).

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