Lutz Warnke

Lutz Warnke

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332, US

Office: Skiles 266

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My research area is probabilistic combinatorics and random discrete structures, which lies at the intersection of discrete mathematics and probability theory. Particular interests include random graph theory and phase transitions, which have connections to statistical physics and network science (see this recent interview for an informal summary). I completed my PhD at the University of Oxford in 2012 under the supervision of Oliver Riordan. Prior to that I received bachelor and master degrees from ETH Zürich. In 2014 I received the Richard-Rado-Prize (German Mathematical Society), and in 2016 I received the Dénes König Prize (SIAM). My research is supported by NSF grant DMS-1703516 and a 2018 Sloan Research Fellowship.

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