Ewan Davies

Institution University of Amsterdam
Status Postdoc in the group of Prof. Lex Schrijver
Email maths@ewandavies.org
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Links arXiv, Google Scholar, ORCID

Research

I am a postdoc at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) in the Discrete Mathematics group. In January 2018 I will spend a semester at the Simons Institute of the Theory of Computing, Berkeley. My interests span probabilistic combinatorics, extremal graph theory, and statistical physics.

Upcoming events

Journal publications (see also arXiv)

  1. Counting proper colourings in 4-regular graphs via the Potts model
    E. Davies
  2. Tight bounds on the coefficients of partition functions via stability
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, W. Perkins, B. Roberts
    Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series A (to appear)
  3. Extremes of the internal energy of the Potts model on cubic graphs
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, W. Perkins, B. Roberts
    Random Structures & Algorithms (to appear)
  4. On the average size of independent sets in triangle-free graphs
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, W. Perkins, B. Roberts
    Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society 146 (2018), 111–124
  5. Multicolour Ramsey numbers of paths and even cycles
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, B. Roberts
    European Journal of Combinatorics 63 (2017), 124–133
  6. Independent Sets, Matchings, and Occupancy Fractions
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, W. Perkins, B. Roberts
    Journal of the London Mathematical Society 96 (2017), 47–66

Conference publications

  1. Tight bounds on the coefficients of partition functions via stability (extended abstract)
    E. Davies, M. Jenssen, W. Perkins, B. Roberts
    Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 61 (2017), 317–321
  2. Counting in hypergraphs via regularity inheritance (extended abstract)
    E. Davies
    Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 49 (2015), 413–417

Other publications

  1. Extremal and probabilistic results for regular graphs
    E. Davies
    PhD thesis, The London School of Economics and Political Science (2017)
  2. Counting the number of ways a gas can fill a room
    E. Davies
    Maths at LSE Blog (2016)

Past events