News: Another round of applications!
We are glad to announce another round of applications. We offer up to 24 PhD positions for up to 4 years. The deadlines for applications are February 20, 2019, resp. April 30, 2019. Further details can be found here.
Discrete Mathematics
The Doctoral Program "Discrete Mathematics" offers an advanced PhD training and research program which is run jointly by
 Graz University of Technology (TU Graz),
 University of Graz (KFU Graz), and
 University of Leoben (MU Leoben).
It is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) and the three supporting universities.
Range of topics
The range of topics in Discrete Mathematics comprises
 Commutative and NonCommutative Algebra
 Number Theory
 Discrete Dynamics and Fractals
 Graph Theory
 Additive and Probabilistic Combinatorics
 Combinatorial Group Theory
 Representation Theory
 Discrete Stochastics
 Combinatorial Optimization
 Geometry & Topology  Discrete and Computational
 Analysis of Algorithms
You can find the individual projects here.
Faculty Members & Associated Scientists
 Oswin Aichholzer (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2015  Christoph Aistleitner (TU Graz)
associated scientist since 2018  Karin Baur (KFU Graz)
associated scientist 2012–2014 & faculty member since 2015  István Berkes (TU Graz)
faculty member 2010–2014 & associated senior scientist since 2015  Rainer Burkard (TU Graz)
associated scientist 2010–2014 & associated senior scientist since 2015  Christian Elsholtz (TU Graz)
associated scientist 2010–2014 & faculty member since 2015  Sophie Frisch (TU Graz)
associated scientist since 2012  Alfred Geroldinger (KFU Graz)
faculty member since 2010 & deputy speaker  Peter Grabner (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2010  Clemens Heuberger (TU Graz)
faculty member 2010–2014 & associated scientist since 2015  Wilfried Imrich (MU Leoben)
associated senior scientist since 2012  Peter Kirschenhofer (MU Leoben)
faculty member 2010–2014 & associated scientist since 2015  Mihyun Kang (TU Graz)
associated scientist 2012–2014 & faculty member since 2015  Michael Kerber (TU Graz)
associated scientist 2015–2018 & faculty member since 2019  Bettina Klinz (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2010  Franz Lehner (TU Graz)
associated scientist since 2010  Jörg Thuswaldner (MU Leoben)
faculty member since 2010 & deputy speaker  Robert Tichy (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2010  Birgit Vogtenhuber (TU Graz)
associated scientist since 2017  Johannes Wallner (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2010  Wolfgang Woess (TU Graz)
faculty member since 2010 & speaker
Coordinators

Mario Weitzer (TU Graz)
coordinator since January 2017 
Amnon Rosenmann (TU Graz)
coordinator since October 2017 
Dijana Kreso (TU Graz)
coordinator from January 2015 to December 2016 
Wilfried Huss (TU Graz)
coordinator from February to December 2010 and from October 2016 to December 2016 
Johannes Cuno (Univ. of Ottawa)
coordinator from October 2015 to May 2016 
Daniel Krenn (AlpenAdria Univ. Klagenfurt)
coordinator from January to June 2015 
Ecaterina SavaHuss (TU Graz)
coordinator from February 2010 to December 2014
International Advisory Board
 Valérie Berthé (Paris)
 Herbert Edelsbrunner (IST Austria)
 Jaroslav Nešetřil (Praha)
 Laurent SaloffCoste (Ithaca)
 Robert Tijdeman (Leiden)
 Angelika Steger (Zürich)
 Dominique Foata (Strasbourg)
 Vera Sós (Budapest)
Emeritus members: