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Homepage of Hajo Broersma

I moved to Durham University, England in June 2004. Here is a link
to my
home page in durham

I still have a part-time position at the University of Twente
However, I did not keep my Twente pages up to date

In 1988 I was appointed as an Assistant Professor,

in 1999 as an Associate
Professor,

and since September 2004 I am a part-time Professor at the

Department of
Applied Mathematics
of the

Faculty of Electrical Engineering,
Mathematics and Computer Science
at the

University of Twente.

I am a member of the chair Discrete
Mathematics and Mathematical Programming
and

I participate
in the (national) research school
EIDMA
and

the university research institute CTIT.

My research interest is **Discrete Mathematics**, mainly **Graph
Theory**.

I got my PhD in 1988 on a thesis entitled

*Hamilton cycles in graphs and related topics*.

My main topics of research within Graph Theory are

- Cycles and Paths
- Colouring and Labeling
- Computational Complexity and Graph Classes
- Claw-free Graphs,

but I also worked
on various other topics, including

- Planar Graphs
- Ramsey Theory
- Spanning Trees
- Connectivity
- Vulnerability, and
- Diameter.

A substantial part of my present and future
research is or will be devoted to applications in
**Telecommunication**.
My list of
publications is available,
and so is a list of my
editorships.

My teaching is mainly in Dutch.

I (co)supervised many MSc-students and PhD-students.

My full address is:

Hajo Broersma

Department of Applied Mathematics

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science

University of Twente

P.O. Box 217, 7500AE Enschede

The Netherlands

Email: broersma [at] utwente.nl

Here is a picture of myself with beard, but I usually don't have one.

*Last update: March 27, 2003*