My name is Samuel Mohr. As a postdoc at the Faculty of Informatics of Masaryk University, I work in the Laboratory of Discrete Methods and Algorithms (DIMEA) with the group headed by prof. Daniel Kráľ. Since September, I am located in Denver, CO, and am currently completing a short-term scholarship granted by the German Academic Exchange Service at the University of Colorado Denver. I finished my PhD studies under the supervision of Prof. Matthias Kriesell at Ilmenau University of Technology last year.
My full CV can be found here.
At Masaryk University, I started to work on extremal combinatorics. My current research interests largely focus on the following:
- Limits and Randomness of Combinatorial Objects
- Structural Graph Theory
- Combinatorial Algorithms
Since September 2021, I work as a short-term scholar supervised by Prof. Florian Pfender at University of Colorado Denver. My research project is about “Exploring Flag Algebra Methods to Study Minors in Graphs”.
- Andrzej Grzesik, Daniel Kráľ, and Samuel Mohr:
Strong modeling limits of graphs with bounded tree-width
- Jacob W Cooper, Daniel Kráľ, Ander Lamaison, and Samuel Mohr:
Quasirandom Latin squares
- Jochen Harant and Samuel Mohr:
New bounds on domination and independence in graphs
Recent and future events
You can find a list of all my organised and visited events and conferences here.