Bullet Math 262
              A few words on research for graduate students
Fan Chung Graham (professional name: Fan Chung , Chinese name ) is the Paul Erdos Professor in Combinatorics at UC San Diego. Previously, she had taught at U Penn, worked at Bell Labs (in its glory old days), and directed some great research groups at Bellcore.

Her research interests are primarily in graph theory, combinatorics and algorithmic design. In particular, she is known for her work in the following areas:
Recently, she has been working on several interrelated topics including: Other topics that she has investigated now and then include:
| discrete geometry| algorithms| Steiner trees| Buckyball| hypercubes| codes|.

She has written over 240 papers and has about 120 coauthors. In addition to Spectral Graph Theory and Complex Graphs and Networks (coauthored with Lincoln Lu), she has a third book Erdös on Graphs, coauthored with Ron Graham. She serves on the editorial boards of a dozen or so journals. In 1990, she was awarded the Allendoerfer Award by Mathematical Association of America. In 1994, she gave an invited talk at the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) in Zürich. Since 1998, she has been a fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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