Cecil Clyde Rousseau (born January 13, 1938 in Philadelphia) is a mathematician and author who specializes in graph theory and combinatorics. He is a professor emeritus at The University of Memphis and former chair of the USAMO.
Rousseau received his Ph.D. in 1968 from Texas A&M University.
He has an Erdős number of 1, and is among Erdős' top 10 co-authors.
In 2012, Rousseau received the Paul Erdős Award from the World Federation of National Mathematics Competitions.
To his students and colleagues, he's known affectionately as C²R.
- ^ "Rousseau, Cecil Clyde". American Men & Women of Science. Thomson Gale. 2003. p. 349.
- ^ http://www.memphis.edu/mediaroom/releases/jun12/rousseau.htm
- ^ Cecil C. Rousseau at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- ^ Paul_Erdős#Collaborators
- ^ http://www.wfnmc.org/erdrousseau.html