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Wesley Hough

Research Interests:

My primary research interests are in topological combinatorics, specifically the application of discrete Morse theory to independence, matching, and homomorphism complexes of combinatorial graphs.  I am currently studying the homomorphism complex of a chain poset mapping into a Boolean algebra with my advisor Dr. Ben Braun.

I graduated from Hanover College (Hanover, IN) in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and economics, and I earned my master’s degree in mathematics from U.K. in July 2014 under the guidance of Dr. Bert Guillou.

Selected Publications:

B. Braun and W. Hough. Homomorphism complexes of the Boolean algebras. Manuscript in preparation.

B. Braun and W. Hough. Matching and independence complexes related to small grids.  arXiv:1606:01204.

D. DeSantis, R. Field, W. Hough, B. Jones, R. Meissen, and J. Ziefle. Permutation pattern avoidance and the Catalan triangle. Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences 25 (2013), no. 1, 50-60.