Dr. Megan Dewar
I lead the Tutte Institute for Mathematics and Computing (TIMC). TIMC's mission is to deliver research results having an impact on the most important scientific challenges facing the Canadian and 5-eyes security and intelligence communities. Our main areas of research are cryptography and data science.
Current research and/or projects
While much of the research conducted at TIMC is classified, I maintain some external academic research projects in combinatorics, specifically graph theory and design theory. In particular, I'm interested in questions of connectivity in hypergraphs and in ordering the blocks of designs.
Professional activities / interests
- M. Dewar, D. Pike and J. Proos, "Connectivity in Hypergraphs", Canadian Mathematics Bulletin, 61 (2018), no. 2, 252-271.
- M. Dewar, J. Healy, X. Perez-Gimenez, P. Pralat, J. Proos, B. Reiniger and K. Ternovsky, "Subhypergraphs in non-uniform random hypergraphs", Internet Mathematics, 2018 (2018).
- M. Dewar, J. Healy, X. Perez-Gimenez, P. Pralat, J. Proos, B. Reiniger and K. Ternovsky, "Subhypergraphs in non-uniform random hypergraphs", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 10088: Proceedings fro the 13th International Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph, eds. Anthony Bonato, Fan Chung Graham and Pawel Pralat, Springer, New York, 2016.
- M. Dewar and B. Stevens, Ordering Block Designs: Gray Codes, Universal Cycles and Configuration Orderings, CMS Books in Mathematics, Springer, 2012.