Mr Andrew Mcdowell

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I completed a PhD in pure mathematics at Royal Holloway in 2014, supervised by Stefanie Gerke. My research focused on the area of graph theory, with a particular interest in random graph theory. Working with Iain Moffatt, I also worked on problems of complexity on graphs arising from applications to nanotechnology in DNA origami.

During my time at Holloway I've been an active member of the University and wider UK combinatorics community, including spending two years as the postgraduate member of the British Combinatorial Committee and was the host and organiser for the 2013 Postgraduate combinatorics conference at Royal Holloway.

Prior to starting my PhD at Holloway I completed a MSci in mathematics at University College London and then spent two years working as a technology consultant at Detica.

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