During my PhD I studied Latin squares, particularly problems relating to the number of Latin squares and rectangles, and their symmetries. I submitted my Ph.D. thesis in 2009 under the supervision of Ian M. Wanless. Recently I have been expanding my interests into computer science and computational biology.
Other links: Mathematics Genealogy Project, MathOverflow, Mathematics (at Stack Exchange). Things I no longer have time for: Playing chess at the Croydon Chess Club. Searching for large prime numbers.
- Douglas S. Stones
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Nankai University, China, 2010.