A second year PhD student in the Algorithms and Complexity research group at Durham University (ACiD).
- Algorithmic Graph Theory
- Efficient Algorithms Computational Complexity
- Temporal Graphs
- N. Klobas and M. Krnc, Distinguishing graphs via cycles. In Proceedings of the 27th International Computing and Combinatorics Conference (COCOON), Tainan, Taiwan, October 2021. To appear.
- N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, H. Molter, R. Niedermeier, and P. Zschoche. Interference-free walks in time: temporally disjoint paths. In Proceedings of the 30th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Montreal, Canada, August 2021. (PDF)
- N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, H. Molter, R. Niedermeier, and P. Zschoche. Interference-free walks in time: temporally disjoint paths, 2021, arXiv:2105.08335 [cs.DS].
- N. Klobas and M. Krnc, Fast recognition of some parametric graph families, 2020, arXiv:2008.08856 [math.CO].
2020 - present
PhD at Durham University under the supervison of George B. Mertzios and Matthew Johnson
2015 - 2020
BSc and MSc in Mathematics at FAMNIT, University of Primorska
2020 - 2021 demonstrator of Theory of Computation
2021 - 2022 demonstrator of Theory of Computation, Computational Thinking, Project Preparation
- If interested in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics or many-body (quantum and classical) dynamics contact Katja Klobas