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A third year PhD student in the Algorithms and Complexity research group at Durham University (ACiD).
Research interests
 Algorithmic Graph Theory
 Efficient Algorithms Computational Complexity
 Temporal Graphs
Publications
Conference Publications
 N. Klobas, G. B. Mertzios, H. Molter, and P.G. Spirakis. The Complexity of Computing Optimum Labelings for Temporal Connectivity. In proceedings of the 47th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS), Vienna, Austria, August 2022. (PDF)
 T. Hamm, N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, and P.G. Spirakis. The Complexity of Temporal Vertex Cover in SmallDegree Graphs. In Proceedings of the 36th AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, a virtual conference, February  March 2022. (PDF)
 N. Klobas and M. Krnc, Distinguishing graphs via cycles. In Proceedings of the 27th International Computing and Combinatorics Conference (COCOON), Tainan, Taiwan, October 2021. (PDF)
 N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, H. Molter, R. Niedermeier, and P. Zschoche. Interferencefree walks in time: temporally disjoint paths. In Proceedings of the 30th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI), Montreal, Canada, August 2021. (PDF)
Preprints
 N. Klobas, G. B. Mertzios, H. Molter, P.G. Spirakis. The Complexity of Computing Optimum Labelings for Temporal Connectivity, 2022, arXiv:2202.05880 [cs.DS].
 T. Hamm, N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, P.G. Spirakis. The Complexity of Temporal Vertex Cover in SmallDegree Graphs, 2022, arXiv:2204.04832 [cs.DS].
 N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, H. Molter, P.G. Spirakis. The complexity of computing optimum labelings for temporal connectivity, 2022, arXiv:2202.05880 [cs.DS].
 N. Klobas, G.B. Mertzios, H. Molter, R. Niedermeier, and P. Zschoche. Interferencefree 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].
Education

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
Teaching
2020  2021
demonstrator of Theory of Computation
2021  2022
demonstrator of Theory of Computation, Computational Thinking, Project Preparation
2022  2023
demonstrator of Theory of Computation, Computational Thinking, Project Preparation
Quantum Physics
 If interested in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics or manybody (quantum and classical) dynamics contact Katja Klobas