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Prof Michael Henning

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​​​​Prof Henning has published 248 peer reviewed journal articles to the end of 2009.

Honours and Awards:

• A-rating: National Research Foundation (2009-2014)
• Award for Research Distinction South African Mathematical Society (2005)
• Hall Medal: Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications (2000)
• B1-rating National Research Foundation (2000-2008)
• Meiring Naude Medal Royal Society of South Africa (1998)
• Vice-Chancellor’s Award University of Natal (1996)
• Presidents’ Award Foundation for Research Development (1996-1999)​

Editorial Boards of Scientific Journals: Utilitas Mathematica: Managing Editor

Quaestiones Mathematicae: Editorial Board

Professional Societies: Elected Fellow of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications in July 1997.

Referee for Scientific Journals:

Ars Combinatoria
• Australasian Journal of Combinatorics
• Discrete Mathematics
• Discussiones Mathematicae Graph Theory
• Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
• Graphs and Combinatorics
• Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing
• Journal of Graph Theory
• Utilitas Mathemata

“My research interests are in the field of graph theory which is a major area of combinatorics. I have worked on several topics in graph theory such as average connectivity in digraphs, distance in graphs, domination theory in graphs, extremal graph theory, graph colourings, hamiltonicity, homogeneous embeddings of graphs, Ramsey theory, Steiner distance in graphs, and transversals in hyper graphs. My favourite topic is in the area of domination theory in graphs. My current research is on total domination in graphs and transversals in hyper graphs (with Anders Yeo from Royal Holloway, University of London).” 

Key areas of expertise:
​Combinatorics, Graph theory.

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