Dr Elizabeth Dombi

Teaching Fellow

Mathematics and Statistics

Personal statement

I joined the Department of Mathematics and Statistics as a Teaching Associate in 2013. I teach a wide range of undergraduate classes and supervise fourth year projects. I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. My current responsibilities include second year co-ordination, convening the Athena SWAN self-assessment team and supporting students in the organisation of the Department's Alumni networking event. As a STEM Ambassador, I am also very keen to promote mathematics in primary and secondary schools and deliver outreach activities. My research background is in inverse semigroup theory and I am also interested in combinatorial optimization problems.

Publications

Automatic semigroup acts
Dombi Erzsébet R, Hartmann Miklós
Journal of Algebra Vol 435, pp. 286–307 (2015)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jalgebra.2015.03.032
A note on automatic semigroups
Dombi Erzsebet
Semigroup Forum Vol 86, pp. 555-570 (2013)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00233-012-9446-7
On the minimum weight bounded length circuit cover problem on grid graphs
Dombi Erzsebet
(2013)
Strongly F*-inverse covers for tiling semigroups
Dombi E, Gilbert ND
Periodica Mathematica Hungarica Vol 59, pp. 185-202 (2009)
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10998-009-0185-9
The tiling semigroups of one-dimensional periodic tilings
Dombi Erzsebet, Gilbert ND
Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society Vol 87, pp. 153-160 (2009)
https://doi.org/10.1017/S144678870800075X
On generators and presentation of semidirect products in inverse semigroups
Dombi Erzsebet, Ruskuc N
Bulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society Vol 79, pp. 353-365 (2009)
https://doi.org/10.1017/S0004972708000890

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Teaching

I am teaching the following classes in 2019/20:

First semester

MM302 Differential Equations

MM201 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations 

MM117 Mathematics 1M

Second semester

MM117 Mathematics 1M

MM211/MM213  Mathematics 3B/Engineering Mathematics 3E

 

Project supervision

In recent years, I supervised fourth year projects in the following areas:

  • Cryptography
  • Shortest Path Algorithms
  • Automata and Formal Language Theory
  • Conformal Mappings
  • Riemann zeta function
  • Inverse semigroup theory

 

Research interests

Research problems I have worked on relate to the following areas:

  • inverse semigroups, automata and formal language theory
  • combinatorial optimization

Pedagogical research interests include:

Professional activities

Student Transitions Beyond Strathclyde: Alumni networking event in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (Event)
Advisor
2017

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Address

Mathematics and Statistics
Livingstone Tower

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