Michael Albert

Professor, Otago University

Michael joined the Computer Science department at Otago in December 2000. In his previous existence as a pure mathematician he was interested in a variety of topics, ranging from combinatorics through algebra, into model theory, with the occasional side trip into statistics. Moving to Computer Science hasn’t changed that sort of pack rat behaviour, but his current interests are in the boundary regions between computer science and discrete mathematics, particularly algorithms and data structures, combinatorial computing, but especially the combinatorics of permutations, and combinatorial games.



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