Kequan Ding

Institute for Advanced Study
School of Mathematics
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: 609-734-8093

Areas of interest:

My interests can be described in two categories. First I am interested in the connection between the combinatorics and algebraic geometry. In combinatorics, I study rook placements, rook polynomials, chromatic polynomials, q-analogues. In geometry, I work on partition varieties, Grassmann manifolds, flag manifolds, Schubert cells, Bruhat order, toric varieties, cohomology groups and cohomology rings. The second aspect of my interests is combinatorial optimization. In this area, I study graphic algorithms, complexity theory, linear and nonlinear programming.


Spetember 1993 - June 1995


University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics

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