Puck Rombach

Curriculum Vitae

Employment

University of Vermont, USA
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Vermont Complex Systems Center
.
    Assistant Professor, 2017-present

University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Mathematics, USA.
    Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2013-2017

Education

University of Oxford, Somerville College, The United Kingdom
    D.Phil. (Ph.D), Mathematics, 2009-2013
        Thesis: Colouring, Centrality and Core-Periphery Structure in Graphs
        Supervisors: Dr. Mason A. Porter, Prof. Alex Scott

University of Oxford, Trinity College, The United Kingdom
    M.Sc., Mathematics and Foundations of Computer Science, 2008-2009
        Thesis: Colouring Random Graphs
        Supervisor: Prof. Alex Scott

University of Utrecht, Roosevelt Academy (Now: University College Roosevelt), The Netherlands
    B.Sc., Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2005-2008
        Major: Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Chemistry
        Minor: Creative Writing
        Thesis: Graph Isomorphism Problems
        Supervisor: Prof. Henk Meijer

Scholarships and Awards

Huygens Scholarship, Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, 2008-09.

AWM/NSF Travel Grant, 2015.

Teaching

University of California, Los Angeles, USA
    Course Lecturer 2013-present
        -Probability Theory 170A, 170B
        -Combinatorics 180
        -Linear Algebra and Applications 33A
        -Discrete Mathematics 61

University of Oxford, Somerville College, The United Kingdom
    Retaining Fee Lecturer in Mathematics 2012-2013
        -Linear Algebra
        -Analysis
        -Dynamics
        -Fourier Series and PDE's
        -Multivariable Calculus

University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute, The United Kingdom
    Class Tutor 2010-2013
        -Graph Theory
        -Communication Theory

University of Oxford, Mathematical Institute, The United Kingdom
    Teaching Assistant 2010-2012
        -Graph Theory
        -Probabilistic Combinatorics
        -Statistical Mechanics
        -Nonlinear Dynamics
        -Group Theory
        -Communication Theory

Undergraduate Supervision

199 Independent Research Project Mentor, Robert Gevorkyan, Isomorphisms in Restricted Classes of Multiplex Networks, 2015.

California Research Training Program Mentor, Analysis of Networks, 2014.

California Research Training Program Mentor, Analysis of Networks, 2015.

Seminar organized

Networks Journal Club, a weekly seminar on networks, complex systems and related areas, 2011-2013.