Tomasz Łuczak

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Tomasz Łuczak (born 13 March 1963 in Poznań)[1] is a Polish mathematician and professor at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Emory University. His main field of research is combinatorics, specifically discrete structures, such as random graphs, and their chromatic number.[2]

Under supervision of Michał Karoński, Łuczak earned his doctorate at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań in 1987.[3] In 1992, he was awarded the EMS Prize and in 1997 he received the prestigious Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science for his work on the theory of random discrete structures.


  1. ^ Joseph A., Mignot F., Murat F., Prum B., Rentschler R. (1994.) First European Congress of Mathematics Paris, July 6–10, 1992: Vol. 1: Invited Lectures, Nelson Thornes.
  2. ^ ——— (1991). "The chromatic number of random graphs". Combinatorica. 11 (1): 45–54. doi:10.1007/BF01375472. S2CID 189917450.
  3. ^ Tomasz Łuczak at the Mathematics Genealogy Project

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