Dr. Rachel Kirsch

Department of Mathematics

London School of Economics

r.kirsch1 at lse.ac.uk

I am a Fellow in Mathematics at the London School of Economics. My research is in combinatorics and graph theory.

- R. Kirsch and A. J. Radcliffe. "Many triangles with few edges."
**Electronic Journal of Combinatorics**, May 2019. - B. Bjorkman, G. Cochran, W. Gao, L. Keough, R. Kirsch, M. Phillipson, D. Rorabaugh, H. Smith, and J. Wise. "
*k*-Foldability of words."**Discrete Applied Mathematics**, April 2019. - K. Boyer, B. Brimkov, S. English, D. Ferrero, A. Keller, R. Kirsch, M. Phillips, and C. Reinhart. "The zero forcing polynomial of a graph."
**Discrete Applied Mathematics**, April 2019. - B. Goeckner, C. Groothuis, C. Hettle, B. Kell, P. Kirkpatrick, R. Kirsch, and R. Solava. "Universal partial words over non-binary alphabets."
**Theoretical Computer Science**, February 2018. - F. Blanchet-Sadri, M. Cordier, and R. Kirsch. "Border correlations, lattices, and the subgraph component polynomial."
**European Journal of Combinatorics**, February 2018. - T. Feng, R. Kirsch, E. Villela, and M. Wage. "Birth-death processes and
*q*-continued fractions."**Transactions of the American Mathematical Society**, May 2012.

- R. Kirsch and A. J. Radcliffe. "Many
*K*'s; no large cliques or stars."_{t}