Graduate students supervised by Lucia Moura
Current graduate students:
- Elizabeth Maltais, Postdoctoral felow, "Computational and combinatorial methods for graphs and designs", since May 2016.
- Thais Bardini Idalino, PhD in Computer Science, since Sep 2015.
- Lachlan Plant, MSc in Computer Science, since Sep 2014.
Former graduate students
(by reverse graduation date) and links to their theses:
Andre Guerino Castoldi
Mathematics (sandwich PhD with UEM, Brazil), March 2016.
(co-supervised with Emerson Carmelo)
Thesis: Covering codes in Rosembloom-Tsfasman spaces and ordered orthogonal arrays"
Currently, Andre is teaching at a university in Brazil.
PhD in Mathematics and Statistics, February 2016.
(co-supervised with Mike Newman)
Graph-dependent Covering Arrays and LYM inequalities
Currently, Elizabeth is a postdoc at the University of Ottawa.
Thais Bardini Idalino
Computer Science (UFSC, Brazil), June 2015.
(co-supervised with Ricardo Custodio)
Thesis: Using Combinatorial Group Testing to Solve Integrity Issues
Currently, Thais is working on her PhD in Computer Science at the University of Ottawa.
Computer Science, December 2012.
(co-supervised with Brett Stevens)
Thesis: Variable strength covering arrays
Currently, Sebastian works as a software engineer at the Gemini Observatory.
Mathematics, June 2012 (co-supervised with Mateja Sajna)
Thesis: Error locating arrays, adaptive software testing and combinatorial group testing
Jacob currently works at the high tech industry.
Mathematics, May 2010 (co-supervised with Mateja Sajna)
Thesis: The vertex-switching reconstruction problem
Patrick currently works as a consultant.
Mathematics, October 2009
Thesis:Covering arrays avoiding forbidden edges and edge clique covers (PDF file)
Currently, Elizabeth is working on her PhD in Mathematics at the University of Ottawa.
Computer Science, September 2006
covering arrays on graphs and
tabu search algorithm (PDF file)
Currently, Latifa is a software tester at a software company in Ottawa.
Mathematics and Statistics, September 2005 (co-supervised with
Brett Stevens, Carleton University)
arrays on graphs: qualitative
independence graphs and extremal set-partition theory (PDF file)
Institute for Mathematics and Statistics Doctoral Prize, 2005-2006.
- University of Ottawa Pierre
Laberge doctoral prize for an outstanding PhD thesis in the Sciences,
After an NSERC postdoctoral fellowship (2005-2007) with Chris Godsil in
Optimization at the University of Waterloo, she joined the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics at the
University of Regina as an Assistant Professor in July 2007.
Computer Science, October 2004
for symmetrical ILPs and combinatorial designs (PDF file)
After completing his PhD in Computer Science at the
University of Ottawa, he got a job in the high tech industry.