About me

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.

Research interests

My PhD thesis was entitled Rooted structures in graphs : a project on Hadwiger's conjecture, rooted minors, and Tutte cycles. You can find it published here, and you can download a PDF copy.

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”.

Recent Submissions

  • Andrzej Grzesik, Daniel Kráľ, and Samuel Mohr:
    Strong modeling limits of graphs with bounded tree-width
    arXiv: 2103.10354.
  • Jacob W Cooper, Daniel Kráľ, Ander Lamaison, and Samuel Mohr:
    Quasirandom Latin squares
    arXiv: 2011.07572.
  • Jochen Harant and Samuel Mohr:
    New bounds on domination and independence in graphs
    arXiv: 2008.12601.
List of all publications

Recent and future events

I co-organised the online IlKe workshop and the Round the World Relay in Combinatorics. This was a getting together of a number of seminars and groups in combinatorics around the world.

You can find a list of all my organised and visited events and conferences here.