Frank de Zeeuw
Long-Term Visiting Scientists
Suk Andrew H.
M.S. (Math.), Eötvös University, Hungary, 1977;
Ph.D. (Math.), Eötvös University, Hungary, 1981;
Doctorate, The Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1995;
Grunwald Medal, Bolyai Mathematical Society, 1982;
Ford Award, Mathematical Association of America, 1990;
Renyi Award, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1993;
Academy Award, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1998;
Distinguished Professorship, City University of New York, 2004;
Neilson Professorship, Smith College, 2008.
ACM Fellow, 2012
Publications from MathSciNet
Teaching & PhD
- Doctoral Program in Mathematics
Study of structures and concepts that do not require the notion of continuity. Graph theory, or study of general countable sets are some of the areas that are covered by discrete mathematics. Emphasis will be laid on structures that the students will see ...
We systematically explore the exciting fact that randomness (i.e., coin flipping) can be used profitably to construct various mathematical structures with unexpected and often paradoxical properties, and to efficiently solve otherwise hopelessly difficult...