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Mark Kayll, Professor

Location: MATH 209
Hours: Monday, 2:10 -- 3:00pm, Thursday, 12:30 -- 1:20pm, and by appointment

Phone: 406.243.2403


B.Sc. in Mathematics and Statistics, Simon Fraser University, 1987
Ph.D. in Mathematics, Rutgers University, 1994

Research Interests

Discrete Mathematics, Optimization, Theoretical Computer Science

Selected Publications

  • P.M. Kayll, Deranged matchings: enumeration by integration!!, American Mathematical Monthly 122 (2015), 51
  • A. Harutyunyan, P.M. Kayll, B. Mohar and L. Rafferty, Uniquely D-colourable digraphs with large girth, Canadian Journal of Mathematics 64 (2012), 1310–1328
  • P.M. Kayll, Integrals don’t have anything to do with discrete math, do they?, Mathematics Magazine 84 (2011), 108–119
  • P.M. Kayll, König-Egerváry graphs are non-Edmonds, Graphs and Combinatorics 26 (2010), 721–726
  • P.M. Kayll, A note on weak Sidon sequences, Discrete Mathematics 299 (2005), 141–144
  • D. Bokal, G. FijavĖ‡z, M. Juvan, P.M. Kayll and B. Mohar, The circular chromatic number of a digraph, Journal of Graph Theory 46 (2004), 227–240
  • S.P. McAlister, A.D. Inglis and P.M. Kayll, Conduction in cosputtered Au-SiO2 films, Physical Review B 31 (1985), 5113–5120