SANDRA KINGAN'S HOMEPAGE
Associate Professor
My area of research is combinatorics  matroid theory, graph theory, and combinatorial algorithms with applications to network science. My areas of interest are broader and include linear and abstract algebra, probability, statistics, history of mathematics, and climate science. Publications and Talks My research is supported by the following grants:
The Matroid Theory Pages have among other things a large bibliography of matroid papers and links to my matroid software Oid Teachingrelated activities are located at the Teaching Activities Pages.
Some course pages
Details of service activities are listed in the Brooklyn College Faculty Profile. I organize the New York Combinatorics Seminar, on Fridays at 11:30 am at the Graduate Center together with Deepak Bal, Jonathan Cutler, Ezra Halleck, Sandra Kingan, Joseph Malkevitch , and Kerry Ojakian. I also organize the Brooklyn College Mathematical Sciences Colloquium with David Aulicino On Feb 22 2017 Benjamin Carp and I organized a workshop on "Surveillance and the First Amendment." It was live streamed on Facebook and is available in full here. I opened the workshop and my talk is at the end. More events from the "We stand against hate" initiative are here. In June 2016 Kira Adaricheva and I organized a minisymposium on Matroids and Antimatroids at the SIAM Discrete Math Conference. In March 2012 Joe Bonin and I organized the special session on Matroid Theory at the American Mathematical Society (Eastern Section) meeting in Washington DC.
Professional Affiliations American Mathematical Society (AMS) Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS) International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) Association for Women in Mathematics
The Contributions of Dominic Welsh to Matroid Theory by James Oxley. A biographical memoir of John Hammersley by Dominic Welsh and Geoffrey Grimmett. The academic family tree of John Hammersley. Home Pages of Matroid Theorists Home Pages of Combinatorial People and Groups

AMS
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Discrete Mathematics Days in the Northeast
