Pilar Cano
PhD student

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada

About me


I am a PhD student at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and Carleton University, supervised by Rodrigo Silveira and Prosenjit Bose. Before starting my PhD, I did my Master in Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Engineering at UPC in Barcelona and my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics at UNAM in Mexico city.

My main interests are Graph Theory, Computational Geometry, Combinatorics and Algorithms. My PhD is focused in graph theoretical and algorithmic properties of geometric graphs, most precisely in graphs of Delaunay type. I have also worked on Rainbow matchings in sparse graphs and finding Hamiltonian cycles in generalized semi-complete digraphs.

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(updated February 2020)

Publications


Talks


  • Flips in higher order Delaunay triangulations (video-talk), EuroCG, March 2020
  • Affine invariant triangulations, CCCG, August 2019
  • Hamiltonicity for convex shape Delaunay and Gabriel graphs, WADS, August 2019
  • Affine invariant triangulations, XIII EGC, July 2019
  • Hamiltonicity for convex shape Delaunay and Gabriel graphs, EuroCG, March 2019
  • Pole Dancing: 3D Morphs for Tree Drawings, with Elena Arseneva (Kramtcova), GD18, September 2018
  • Sequence of spanning trees for L∞-Delaunay triangulations, EuroCG, March 2018
  • Rainbow perfect matchings in r-partite graph structures, Discrete Mathematics Days Barcelona, July 2016

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