Dr. Dong Ye

Associate Professor

Dr. Dong Ye
(615) 898-2026
Room 274, Kirksey Old Main (KOM)
MTSU Box 34, Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Office Hours

T & R: 10:00am-12:00am or by appointment

Degree Information

  • PHD, West Virginia University (2012)
  • MS, Lanzhou University (2005)
  • BS, Lanzhou University (2002)

Areas of Expertise

  • Combinatorics and Graph Theory
  • Algorithm and Optimization
  • Topological Data Analysis

Publications

  • Minimum T-joins and signed-circuit covering (with Y. Wu), SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 34 (2020) 1192–1204.
  • Cycle Traversability for Claw-free Graphs and Polyhedral Maps (with E. Gyori, M.D. Plummer, X. Zha), Combinatorica, 40 (2020) 405–433.
  • Quadrangular Embeddings of Complete Graphs and the Even Map Color Theorem (with W. Liu, S. Lawrencenko, B. Chen, M. Ellingham, N. Hartsfield, H....
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  • Minimum T-joins and signed-circuit covering (with Y. Wu), SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 34 (2020) 1192–1204.
  • Cycle Traversability for Claw-free Graphs and Polyhedral Maps (with E. Gyori, M.D. Plummer, X. Zha), Combinatorica, 40 (2020) 405–433.
  • Quadrangular Embeddings of Complete Graphs and the Even Map Color Theorem (with W. Liu, S. Lawrencenko, B. Chen, M. Ellingham, N. Hartsfield, H. Yang, X. Zha), Journal of Combinatorial Theory Ser. B, 139 (2019) 1–26.
  • Inverses of Bipartite Graphs (with Y. Yang), Combinatorica, 38 (2018) 1251–1263.
  • Connectivity and Wv-paths in Polyhedral Maps on Surfaces (with M.D. Plummer, X. Zha), Discrete & Computational Geometry, 58 (2017) 217–231.
  • Nowhere-zero 3-Flows in Signed Graphs (with Y. Wu, W. Zang, C.-Q. Zhang), SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 28 (2014) 1628-1637.

For a full list of publications, see publication page.

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Awards

  • Simons Foundation (359516): Flow, Coloring and Cycle Covering of Signed Graphs, 2015-2020

Courses

Spring 2022 

  • Math 4700/5700: Combinatorics and Graph Theory
  • Math 6300: Optimization

Fall 2021 

  • Math 3110: Calculus III
  • Math 4270/5270: Introduction to Topology