Jakub Sosnovec

About me

I am currently a Software Engineer at Codeplay in Edinburgh, UK.

Previously I was an Intern C++ Programmer at Bohemia Interactive Simulations in Prague.

I have graduated with an MSc by Research in Computer Science at University of Warwick. My supervisor was Dan Král'. Before that, I got an undergraduate degree at Charles University in Prague.

My (usually slightly out of date) CV can be found here.


Email address: j.sosnovec -at- email.cz.

Research interests

My Bachelor thesis was focused on the area of combinatorial geometry. In particular, I dealt with combinatorial properties of spheres and zero sets of real polynomials and studied assumptions needed to formulate Helly-type theorems on such sets.

My research in Warwick mainly included the following:

My Master thesis was concerned with the theory of dense graph limits. A graphon is an analytic object representing a convergent sequence of large graphs. I studied finitely forcible graphons, which are graphons uniquely determined by finitely many subgraph densities. I gave a new construction generalizing a previous result.


  • Czech Academy of Sciences 16/3/2018, slides
  • Warwick Combinatorics Seminar 24/11/2017, slides
  • CanaDAM 15/6/2017, slides


  • D. Král', L. M. Lovász, J. Noel, J. Sosnovec: Finitely Forcible Graphons with an almost Arbitrary Structure. Submitted for publication. Available as https://arxiv.org/abs/1809.05973
  • J. Sosnovec: A Note on Minimal Dispersion of Point Sets in the Unit Cube. European Journal of Combinatorics 69 (2018), 255-259. Available as https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.08794
  • M. Konečný, S. Kučera, M. Opler, J. Sosnovec, Š. Šimsa, M. Töpfer: Squarability of Rectangle Arrangements. Proceedings of 28th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG'16). Available as https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.07073


2016/2017 Term 1: CS260 Algorithms. Seminar groups 5 (Thursdays 15:00-16:00 in CS1.01) and 7 (Fridays 11:00-12:00 in S0.20)

2016/2017 Term 2: MA3J2 Combinatorics II. Seminar group 1 (Thursdays 17:00-18:00 in H0.58)

Some links that I find interesting