EULER MEDAL AWARDED TO BOJAN MOHAR

October 22, 2017
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Congratulations to Dr. Bojan Mohar on being awarded the Euler Medal from the Institute of Combinatorics and Its Applications.  This is a great honour recognizing Bojan's influential contributions to his field of research.

Bojan Mohar’s outstanding research and leadership over a period of thirty years place him as one of today’s foremost discrete mathematicians worldwide. His deep and important contributions have dramatically improved our understanding of the structural properties of graphs. His research spans many areas, including topological graph theory, graph minors, infinite graphs, spectral graph theory, algebraic graph theory, and computational geometry. He has published more than 200 journal and conference papers (with more than 25 submitted), and has almost 100 collaborators. His nominators speak of his “tremendous intellectual energy”, “fantastic invited talks”, and “stellar record of service”.