The research will be followed by applications of the acquired knowledge to geometrically rich combinatorial structures like configurations, maps and polytopes, as well as to usually less symmetric large networks.
Geometric and other representations of graphs and graph based combinatorial structures have important applications in mathematics, computer science, social networks, chemistry, bioinformatics, etc. The main goal of the project is to develop a coherent theory of graph representations with emphasis on symmetric and near symmetric structures or products.
Research and application of knowledge
The research will be followed by applications of the acquired knowledge to geometrically rich combinatorial structures like configurations, maps and polytopes, as well as to usually less symmetric large networks. The motivation for research arises mainly from applications in mathematical chemistry, bioinformatics and social networks.
The project consists of 5 themes.
The coherent theory of representations will be established through integration of approaches in the themes 1–4, while motivated by applications in the theme 5.
- Theme 1:
- Theme 2: Near symmetric structures or products
- Theme 3: Representations of symmetric graphs
- Theme 4: Representations of configurations, maps and polytopes
- Theme 5: Representations of large networks and applications in chemistry, bioinformatics and social network
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