Dr Allan Siu Lun Lo

Address : School of Mathematics
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT
Office : Watson Building, Room 302
Email Address : s.a.lo at bham dot ac dot uk

Combinatorics seminar

Combinatorics, Probability, Algorithms @ Birmingham


I am a Birmingham fellow at the University of Birmingham. My research interest lies in combinatorics, more specifically in extremal graph theory. From November 2016 to October 2018, I was supported by an EPSRC first grant EP/P002420/1 titled "A graph theoretical approach for combinatorial designs".

Previously, I was a research fellow at the University of Birmingham (working with Prof. Daniela Kühn and Prof. Deryk Osthus) and a postdoctoral fellow at Umea University, Sweden, (working with Docent. Klas Markström). I got my PhD degree at the University of Cambridge, under the supervision of Prof. Andrew Thomason. The title of my PhD thesis is "Cliques in Graphs".

I am currently supervising PhD students Nicolás Sanhueza-Matamala and Vincent Pfenninger.

Together with Richard Mycroft, Guillem Perarnau and Andrew Treglown we are organising the 2019 British Combinatorial Conference at the Univeristy of Birmingham.

Together with Andrew Treglown, we organised a workshop Interactions with Combinatorics, which was held in June 2017.



I will be lecturing 3GphT Graph Theory and 3Com Combinatorics and Communication Theory (Year 3/4) in Spring 2019.