Yanting Liang

 


 

  

  Contact Information:

 

    Office:       (304) 293-2011 ext. 2317
    Fax:       (304) 293-3982
    Email:       lyt814@math.wvu.edu

  

 

   

 

Education:

 

Aug. 2006-                     Ph.D. in Discrete Mathematics, West Virginia University

                                       Thesis: The eulerian subgraph problem in graphs

Sept. 2003-July 2006     Master of Science in Control Theory and Operational Research, South China Normal University

                                       Thesis: Multi-g base index of anti-symmetric matrices

Sept. 1999-July 2003     Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics,

                                        minor in Computer Science, South China Normal University

                        

Courses:

Fall 2009               Math 156 (Calculus II)

Spring 2009          Math 156 (Calculus II)

Fall 2008               Math 156 (Calculus II)

Fall 2007               Math 155 (Calculus I)

Research Interests:
  • GraphTheory
    Line graphs, Supereulerian graphs, Hamiltonian graphs, Mod (2p + 1)-orientations

  • Combinatorial Matrix Theory
    Index of (0, 1)-matrices, Index of sign pattern matrices

  • Applied Mathematics
    Biologically inspired control of multirobot systems

Publications:
  1. Semi-regular harmonic graph and equi-bipartite harmonic graph (with B. Liu), Ars Combinatorica, 93 (2009), 51-63.

  2. Multi-g base index of primitive anti-symmetric sign pattern matrices (with B. Liu and H.-J. Lai), Linear and Multilinear Algebra, 57 (2009), 535-546.

  3. On s-hamiltonian-connected line graphs (with H.-J. Lai and Y. Shao), Discrete Mathematics, 308 (2008), 4293-4297

  4. The dissimilarity characteristic theorem for k-supertrees and its application (with B. Liu), Utilitas Mathematica, 73 (2007), 173-179.

  5. The study to the product summation of ordered partitions, (with Kang Wu, M. Liu, F. Huang), Journal Of South China Normal University (2005) 40-44.

 

Academic Presentations:
  1. Contractible graphs with respect to mod (2p + 1)-orientations, and chaired one section in 23rd MCCCC (23rd Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography, and Computing), Oct. 3-4,2009.

  2. On s-hamiltonian-connected line graphs, MIGHTY XLVII (The 47th Midwest Graph Theory Conference), Illinois Institute of Technology, Nov. 8, 2008

  3. Multi-g base index of primitive anti-symmetric sign pattern matrices, MIGHTY XLIII (The 43rdMidwest Graph Theory Conference), Indiana-Purdue University at Fort Wayne, Nov. 3-4, 2006.

 

Awards and Honors:

  • Supplemental Teaching Fellowships for outstanding teaching assistant, 2009-2010 academic year, West Virginia University.

  • Summer Research Fellowship, summer 2009, West Virginia University.

  • HERF Supplemental Teaching Fellowships for excellent teaching assistants, 2008-2009 academic year, West Virginia University.