
Nathan Kahl
Associate Professor Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Seton Hall University 400 S. Orange Ave.
Office: McNulty Rm 211

I am an associate professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science department at Seton Hall University. My primary research area is graph theory, which in application is sometimes called network theory. Most recently I've been studying the degree sequences of graphs and their relationships to various graph parameters like edgeconnectivity and toughness, as well as when the degree sequence implies that a graph has certain types of subgraphs. I've also written on network reliability, Tutte (or barrier) sets, and matching theory. 
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