The study of permutation patterns is a very active area of research and has connections to many other fields of mathematics as well as to computer science and physics. One of the main questions in the field is the enumeration problem: Given a particular set of permutations, how many permutations does the set have of each length? The main goal of this research group is to develop a novel algorithm which will aid researchers in finding structures in sets of permutations and use those structures to find generating functions to enumerate the set. Our research interests lead also into various topics in discrete mathematics and computer science.
Members

Michael Albert, Professor, Otago University

Christian Bean, Postdoctoral Researcher, Reykjavik University

Anders Claesson, Professor, University of Iceland

Jay Pantone, Assistant Professor, Marquette University

Henning Ulfarsson, Assistant Professor, Reykjavik University
Current students

Ragnar Pall Ardal, MSc student at Reykjavik University

Arnar Bjarni Arnarson, MSc student at Reykjavik University

Unnar Freyr Erlendsson, MSc student at Reykjavik University

Bjarni Jens Kristinsson, MSc student at Reykjavik University

Ă‰mile Nadeau, PhD student at Reykjavik University

Murray Tannock, PhD student, Otago University 2017