William Pettersson,
PhD

Department of Mathematics,

The University of Queensland,

QLD, 4072, Australia

Email: william@ewpettersson.se

XMPP: william@ewpettersson.se

Languages: English, Swedish

Department of Mathematics,

The University of Queensland,

QLD, 4072, Australia

Email: william@ewpettersson.se

XMPP: william@ewpettersson.se

Languages: English, Swedish

As a student I have played integral roles in the organisation of various social functions as a part of the Mathematics Students Society. I was a member of the Host Scientific Committee for the 2013 International Olympiad in Informatics and am currently involved with the Queensland Informatics & Programming Club to train high school students in informatics.

- complete graphs,
- circulant graphs, and
- multigraphs.

- Development of Regina, a mathematical software suite for 3-manifold topologists
- Census enumeration algorithms, and their complexity
- Spine codes of 3-manifolds
- Properties of Pachner graphs

- W. Pettersson. Computational Graph Theory,
*PhD Thesis*Oct 17 2014; (Available online) -
B. Burton and W. Pettersson.
Fixed parameter tractable algorithms in combinatorial topology,
*Lecture Notes in Computer Science*vol. 8591, 2014, pp.200-311. (Publisher, arXiv) -
D. Bryant, P. Danziger and W. Pettersson.
Bipartite 2-factorisations of complete multipartite graphs,
*Journal of Graph Theory*vol. 78, issue 4. April 2015;, pp.287-294 doi: 10.1002/jgt.21806 (Publisher) - D. Bryant, D. Horsley, and W. Pettersson.
Cycle decompositions V: Complete graph into cycles of arbitrary lengths,
*Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society*2014; doi: 10.1112/plms/pdt051 (Publisher, arXiv) - B. Burton and W. Pettersson. An edge-based framework for enumerating
3-manifold triangulations, SoCG 2015: 31st International Symposium on
Computational Geometry,
*Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics*vol. 34, Schloss Dagstuhl-Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik, 2015, pp. 270-284. (Publisher, arXiv)

- 2014 : MATH4303 Advanced Combinatorics
- 2011-2014 : MATH3301 Graph Theory and Design Theory
- 2010-2014 : MATH3302 Coding and Cryptography
- 2010-2014 : MATH1061 Discrete Mathematics
- 2011-2013 : MATH3500 Problems and Applications in Modern Mathematics
- 2011 : MATH4302 Combinatorial Designs
- 2010 : MATH3306 Set Theory and Logic