About me

My name is Samuel Mohr. I recently finished my PhD studies under the supervision of Prof. Matthias Kriesell at Ilmenau University of Technology. 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.

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

Recent Submissions

  • 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.
  • Max Hahn-Klimroth, Giulia S. Maesaka, Yannick Mogge, Samuel Mohr, and Olaf Parczyk:
    Random perturbation of sparse graphs
    arXiv: 2004.04672.
List of all publications

Recent and future events

Last autumn, I was co-organising the ITI Online Seminar with prof. Tomáš Kaiser, which was a venue for presenting current research in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science in the Czech Republic.

Earlier this year, I supported the organisation of the Workshop on Graph Theory & Combinatorics in Thuringia.

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