Low-diameter Networks for Applications on High Performance Computing and Communication Networks

The purpose of this project is to explore techniques to build low diameter graphs, with emphasis on diameter three, that maximise the degree-diameter problem for degrees that are representative of current and foreseeable network technology.

Matthew Cochran

Deakin University

Matthew Cochran is a second-year undergraduate student at Deakin University, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Computer Science with a major in Data Science. He enjoys mathematical reasoning and algorithmic thinking, and applying both to solve complex problems across domains including data science, artificial intelligence, and pure mathematics. Alongside his academic commitments, Matthew finds fulfilment in his position as a Software Engineer at Render Networks.

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