Kevin Leckey - Research Fellow at Monash University

About me
I started my studies of Mathematics (with minor Computer Science) at the J.W. Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany) in 2007. After my Master's degree I started my PhD under the supervision of Ralph Neininger in 2012. I submitted my PhD Thesis Probabilistic Analysis of Radix Algorithms on Markov Sources in 2015. Since september 2015 I am a postdoctoral research fellow at Monash university, School of Mathematical Sciences. Together with Nick Wormald I am working in the field of probabilistic combinatorics.

Research Interests
I am studying  random graphs since I arrived at Monash University. These graphs include random functionial graphs (that is random digraphs with outdegree 1) with a given indegree-sequence , colored bipartite graphs associated with Latin Rectangles, and random tree models. I am also interested in the  (probabilistic) analysis of algorithms and random recursive structures. In particular I am interested in recursive structures that can be studied with the contraction method.

A list of my publications can be found here.