Liviu Ilinca

Department of Mathematics
Rutgers University
110 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway NJ 08854

Office: Room 603, Hill Center, Busch Campus

Teaching, Summer 2010: Numerical Analysis I(01:640:373).
Office hours: TBA
I finished my Ph.D. in mathematics at Rutgers University. My advisor was Jeff Kahn. Starting in Fall 2010, I will be a Zorn Postdoctoral Fellow at Indiana University.
My mathematical interests lie in the general area of discrete mathematics, particularly extremal combinatorics and graph theory, and probabilistic methods.
Here is my curriculum vitae.


  • The Number of Matchings of a Given Size (with J. Kahn), preprint available

  • The Number of 3-SAT Functions (with J. Kahn), submitted

  • On the Number of 2-SAT Functions (with J. Kahn), Combinatorics, Probability and Computing, Volume 18, Special Issue 05 (2009), pp 749-764

    Past teaching:

  • Differential Equations - Summer 2009

  • Probability Theory - Summer 2008

  • Graph Theory - Summer 2007

  • Precalculus - Summer 2005