Debra Boutin

Debra Boutin, the Samuel F. Pratt Professor of Mathematics, gave a plenary research talk at the New York Graph Theory Workshop at CUNY Graduate Center in May. In her talk, Boutin surveyed parameters that help describe symmetries of networks. She gave definitions, examples, recent results of her own and others, and areas open to more work.

The goal of giving such a survey talk is to enable and encourage other researchers to extend work in this area.

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