Éva Czabarka



Education
Ph.D.  Mathematics  University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina  1998 
M.S.  Mathematics  Jozsef Attila University, Szeged, Hungary  1991 
Experience
2018 – Present  Professor  Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina 
2012 – 2017  Associate Professor  Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina 
2006 – 2012  Assistant Professor  Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina 
2004 – 2006  Assistant Professor  Department of Mathematics, College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA 
2001 – 2004  Research Fellow  National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
2000 – 2001  Visiting Fellow  NCBI, NLM, NIH, Bethesda, MD 
Aug 1996  Internship  Mosaic Computing Incorporated, Columbia, SC 
1991 – 2000  Grad. Teaching Asst.  Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina, Columbia 
Research
Research Interests
 network theory
 graph drawings and crossing numbers of graphs
 extremal set theory
 biological applications of discrete mathematics
Current Projects
 NSFCBMS Conference on Additive Combinatorics from a Geometric Viewpoint, to be held May 2125, 2018
 Ensemblebased modeling of large graphs and its applications to social networks, collaborative project with L.A. Szekely and Zoltan Toroczkai.
 Parameters giving bounds on the oriented diameters of graphs
 Crossing numbers of graphs and tanglegrams.
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Teaching Activities
Previous Courses
 MATH 111  Basic College Mathematics
 MATH 115  Precalculus Mathematics
 MATH 122  Calculus for Business Adm. & Social Sciences
 MATH 141  Calculus I
 MATH 170  Finite Mathematics
 MATH 175  Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
 MATH 221  Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics
 MATH 241  Vector Calculus
 MATH 242  Differential Equations
 MATH 300  Transition to Advanced Mathematics
 MATH 544  Linear Algebra
 MATH 546  Abstract Algebra
 MATH 574 and 574H Discrete Mathematics
 MATH 774  Discrete Mathematics I
 MATH 775  Discrete Mathematics II
 MATH 776  Graph Theory I
 MATH 777  Graph Theory II
 MATH 778E  Discrete Geometry
 Also at College of William & Mary: Foundations of Mathematics; Elementary Probability and Statistics; Advanced Applied Statistics
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Honors and Other Special Scientific Recognition
 8 months Marie Curie Fellowship (20062010) in Bioinformatics
 The publication I.B. Rogozin et al., "Connected gene neighborhoods in prokaryotic genomes," Nucleic Acids Res. 30(10) (2002 May) 221223, was reviewed by Faculty of 1000 and received a "must read" rating and was also reviewed in The Scientist.
 The publication G.T. Marth et al., "Sequence variations in the public human genome data reflect a bottlenecked population history," Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA (2003) 100: 376381, received wide attention (BBC, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, etc.).
 Invited research participant in the Discrete Mathematics Special Year of the Institute of Mathematics and Applications in Spring 2015.
 Plenary speaker at the 29th Midwestern Conference on Combinatorics & Combinatorial Computing (plenary speaker) College of Charleston, Oct 1719, 2015
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5 Selected Publications
 H. Aydinian, E. Czabarka, P. L. Erdos, L.A. Szekely, A tour of Mpart LSperner families, JCT A, 118 (2011) 702725
 D. Bokal, E. Czabarka, L.A. Szekely, I. Vrto, General lower bounds for the minor crossing number of graphs, Discrete and Computational Geometry 44 (2010) 463483
 E. Czabarka, O. Sykora, L.A. Szekely, I. Vrto, Biplanar crossing numbers. II. Comparing crossing numbers and biplanar crossing numbers using the probabilistic method. Random Structures and Algorithms 33 (4) (2008) 480496
 G.T. Marth, E. Czabarka, J. Murvai, S.T. Sherry, The allele frequency spectrum in genomewide human variation data reveals signals of di erential demographic history in three large world populations. Genetics 166 (2004) 351372
 E. Czabarka, G. Konjedov, M. V. Marathe, A.G. Percus, D.C. Torney, Algorithms for Optimizing Production DNA Sequencing, Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual ACMSIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA00) 399408.
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IMI Preprints and Seminars
IMI Preprints
 Biplanar crossing numbers II: comparing crossing numbers and biplanar crossing numbers using the probabilistic method (2006)
 Some central limit theorems pertinent to estimating the effectiveness of information retrieval (2006)
 Outerplanar crossing numbers, circular arrangement problem, and isoparametric functions (2004)
 Biplanar crossing numbers I: A survey of results and problems (2002)
 Algorithms for optimizing production DNA sequencing (1999)
IMI Seminars
 Number of nonisomorphic subtrees and inducibility concepts in trees (2017)
 On the maximum number of nonzeros in graphical joint degree matrices (2015)
 The Convex Hull Method II. (2012)
 The Convex Hull Method I. (2012)
 Diameter of 4colorable graphs with given minimum degree (2008)
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