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Sebastian Cioaba is a Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at University of Delaware. His research interests are spectral graph theory, algebraic combinatorics and their connections and applications to other areas of mathematics and science. After undergraduate studies in mathematics and computer science at University of Bucharest, Romania, he obtained his Ph.D. in mathematics at Queen’s University at Kingston, Canada in 2005. After postdocs at UC San Diego and University of Toronto, Sebastian started his position at University of Delaware (UD) in 2009.

At UD, he has supervised or co-supervised 7 Ph.D. students, 3 M.Sc. students, 3 undergrad senior theses and 25  research undergrad or high school students; he is currently supervising 4 Ph.D. students. He has written over 70 papers, 2 books (A Bridge to Advanced Mathematics: From Natural to Complex Numbers, with Werner Linde, and A First Course in Graph Theory and Combinatorics, 2nd edition, with Ram Murty) and his research has been supported by NSF, NSA, NSERC, Simons Foundation, IDex Bordeaux and Japan Society for Promotion of Science.

Sebastian Cioaba is on the editorial board of several journals including Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra and its Applications and Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra and has organized several conferences in algebraic combinatorics and spectral graph theory.

Here is CioabaCV (last updated in September 2023) and his academic genealogy tree from 2017.Geneology Tree

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