# Brett Stevens

### Research

My research interests are in combinatorics including design theory,
Gray codes, graphs, matroids, combinatorial game theory and efficient storage and generation of
combinatorial objects.

### Course this term

### Course previous terms

- Elementary Calculus I, MATH1007.
- Linear Algebra I, MATH1107.
- Algebra (honours), MATH1102.
- Introductory Abstract Algerba, MATH2108.
- Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications, MATH3101.
- Discrete Structures and Applications, MATH3825/3855.
- Mathematical Software, MATH3807.
- Topics in Combinatorics: Mathematics of Games and Puzzles, MATH4801.
- Topics in Combinatorics: Combinatorial Game Theory, MATH4801.
- Theory of Automata, MATH4805
- Graph Theory, MATH4808/5900.
- Combinatorial Design Theory, MATH4811/5609.
- Combinatorial Optimization I, MATH5808.

Please refer to the Undergraduate Calander and the Graduate Calander for more information on courses and programs in the School of Mathematics and Statistics and Carleton University.

### Activities

I am part of the the Ottawa/Carleton
Combinatorics and Optimization Seminar. If you are interested in
speaking please contact the coordinator

### Address

School of Mathematics and Statistics - Carleton University

1125 Colonel By Drive

Ottawa, Ontario

CANADA K1S 5B6

e-mail:
brett@math.carleton.ca