Christopher Ross

Assistant Professor

651-690-6633

cjross@stkate.edu

I am interested in probabilistic combinatorics, specifically random graphs and similar structures. My research focuses on the detection of classical graph invariants in unusual graph models, which have a variety of applications in fields ranging from education to epidemiology.

Ph.D., Mathematics
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 2011
Probabilistic Combinatorics, specifically Random Graphs

Master of Science, Mathematics
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 2008

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Mathematics
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 2005

Ohio State Department of Mathematics. (2011). Phil Huneke Excellence in Teaching Award

Association for Computing Machinery. (2004). Second Place, International Collegiate Programming Contest, Greater New York Region

Clare Booth Luce Research Scholars Award (2015).

Clare Booth Luce Research Scholars Award (2014).

Ross, C. & Winter, R. "Fighting Fires on Random Threshold Graphs." Electronic Journal of Combinatorics.

Ross, C. (2012). "Properties of Random Difference Graphs." Electronic Journal of Combinatorics.

Ross, C. & Winter, R. (2015). "Firefighter on Random Threshold Graphs." CanaDAM 2015

Ross, C. & Anderson, S. (2014). "Coding and Computational Thinking: K-8." TIES 2014 Education Technology Conference

Ross, C. (2011). "Longest Cycle Lengths in Random Difference Graphs." International Conference on Random Structures and Algorithms