Jérémie Turcotte

PhD student in mathematics, McGill University
Jérémie Turcotte

ABOUT ME

I am a PhD student at McGill University under the supervision of Sergey Norin. My research topics are graph theory and combinatorics. My other interests include mathematical analysis, abstract algebra, algorithms and theorical computer science.

I previously completer a Master's degree in mathematics at Université de Montréal under the supervision of Gena Hahn and Ben Seamone. My Master's research was mainly focused on various aspects of the game of cops and robbers.

RESEARCH

Talks I'm giving soon.
Finding the smallest 4-cop-win graph(s)
CanaDAM 2021, Online, May 25-28 2021.
Abstract
Bounding the cop number of small graphs
CMS Summer Meeting 2021, Online, June 7-11 2021.
Abstract
New bounds on the cop number of abelian Cayley graphs
GRASCan 2021, Online, August 5-6 2021.
Abstract
Here are some projects I've worked on or am working on at the moment.
4-cop-win graphs have at least 19 vertices (with Samuel Yvon)
Submitted, 2020.
Data and code complement
Preprint
Cops and robbers on 2K2-free graphs
Submitted, 2020.
Preprint
Cops and robbers on directed and undirected abelian Cayley graphs (with Peter Bradshaw and Seyyed Aliasghar Hosseini)
Submitted, 2019.
Preprint
Approximation by random complex polynomials and random rational functions (with Paul M. Gauthier, Thomas Ransford and Simon St-Amant)
Annales Polonici Mathematici 123, pp. 267-294, 2019.
Online pdf Publication

A few of my academic and bibliographic accounts.
Google Scholar dblp ResearchGate ORCID

TEACHING

Winter 2020 - McGill University

No current teaching

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Instructor - Université de Montréal

Fall 2020

  • MAT1680 - Symbolic calculation and applications

Teaching assistant - Previous semesters

Fall 2019

  • MAT1680 - Symbolic calculation and applications
  • MAT1681 - Computer assisted mathematics

Winter 2019

  • IFT3545/MAT6490 - Graphs and networks

Fall 2018

  • MAT1000 - Analysis 1
  • MAT1681 - Computer assisted mathematics

Winter 2018

  • MAT1681 - Computer assisted mathematics

Fall 2017

  • IFT1065 - Discrete structures in computer science
  • MAT1681 - Computer assisted mathematics

HOBBIES

When I'm not doing math, I'm usually rock climbing or hiking. Here are a few pictures.
Ten Sleep 1 Ten Sleep 2 Adirondacks Devil's Tower
Ten Sleep 1 Ten Sleep 2 Adirondacks Devil's Tower