Bill Kay

Ph.D. Candidate in Mathematics. M.S. in Computer Science.

Emory University.

About me

I am a Visiting Assistant Professor at Emory University in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. I was co-advised by Vojtěch Rödl and Dwight Duffus. I have a Master's degree in computer science and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Emory University.

Research Interests

My research interests lie primarily in the fields of graph theory and combinatorics. Specifically, extremal and probabilistic combinatorics with particular interest in Turán theory, graph coloring, and hypergraph problems. For a more detailed look at my future research projects as well as an overview of my current research experience, check out my research page for more information.

Teaching Philosophy

An ideal mathematics lecture is one that is presented in a clear and precise manner without sacrificing the engagement of your students. From my teaching statement:

Plainly, my philosophy is that when you talk about math like it's interesting, not so hard, and kind of funny, it becomes all of those things to your students.

For an overview of my teaching experience and a more in depth look at my teaching philosophy, check out my teaching page.