
Research
Interests
 Algebraic Combinatorics; in particular, theory of
association schemes; schemes are combinatorial configurations which may
be viewed as generalized groups and generalized distanceregular graphs.
The theory provides a foundation of an algebraic approach to
errorcorrecting codes and combinatorial designs.
 Interests also lie in other combinatorial and
algebraic objects, such as, combinatorial designs, distanceregular
graphs, codes, matrix theory, extremal set theory, cryptography,
classical groups, permutation groups, loops, partially ordered sets,
group characters and representations.
Publication List
Teaching
Schedule
Fall
2014 (For course information go to
Blackboard)
 Introduction to Proofs (Math 201B) (Class Meeting
Time & Place: MWF 12:10  1:00 PM. Carver 002)
 Design Theory and Association Schemes (Math 605) (MWF
1:10 – 2:00 PM, Sweeney 1160)
 Research (Math 599) in Algebraic Graph Theory
 Research (Math 699) in Algebraic Combinatorics
Courses Taught
Curriculum Vitae
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