I am an associate professor in the
Department of Mathematics andStatistics
at the University of Regina.
Most of my research is focused on
the Erdos-Ko-Rado theorem. This involves generaliztions and extensions
of this theorem using a variety of methods. I am also interested in
design theory, including constructions and bounds of covering
arrays. I work on extremal set theory and I am interested in extensions
of results in extremal set theory to partitions and permutations. I have worked on applying methods from algebraic graph theory to design theory problems. Finally I am interested in computational aspects of discrete math such as applications of covering arrays, industrial scheduling and software testing
Links to up-coming conferences:
Emergina Mathematics Teachers Workshop May 16 -20 at the University of Manitoba.
Links to past conferences:
CanaDAM at the University of Saskatoon.
Godsil 65 at the University of Waterloo
Graphs, Designs and Algebraic Combinatorics at the University of Regina
Prairie Discrete Mathematics Workshop 2011 at the Univerity of Regina
Cliques and Cocliques at the University of Waterloo
Association Schemes and
Scheme Rings at the Univerity of Regina
karen.meagher (at) uregina (dot) ca
College West 307.5
Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4S 0A2