Person

Daniel Neuen

M. Sc. RWTH
Daniel Neuen
Lehrstuhl für Informatik 7 (Logik und Theorie diskreter Systeme)

Address

Building: Erweiterungsbau 1

Room: 4107a

Ahornstrasse 55

52074 Aachen

Contact

workPhone
Phone: +49 241 80 21725
Fax: +49 241 80 22215
 

Research interests

Graph Isomorphism Problem, computational group theory, geometric graphs

 

Teaching

Term Class
Winter Term 2018/2019 Exercise class for the lecture Komplexitätstheorie
Summer Term 2018 Seminar Theoretical Topics in Datascience: Clustering
Winter Term 2017/2018 Exercise class for the lecture Berechenbarkeit und Komplexität
Summer Term 2017

Seminar Aktuelle Themen der Theoretischen Informatik
Exercise class for the lecture The Graph Isomorphism Problem

Winter Term 2016/2017 Seminar Komplexitätstheorie
Exercise class for the lecture Berechenbarkeit und Komplexität
Summer Term 2016 Seminar Theorie Effizienter Hash-Techniken
Seminar Aktuelle Themen der Theoretischen Informatik
Exercise class for the lecture Theory of Constraint Satisfaction Problems
Winter Term 2015/2016 Seminar Algorithmische Graphentheorie
Exercise class for the lecture Berechenbarkeit und Komplexität

 

Publications

Title Author Published in
Graph Isomorphism for Unit Square Graphs Daniel Neuen Proceedings of the 24th Annual European Symposium on Algorithms, 2016
Subgroups of 3-factor direct products Daniel Neuen, Pascal Schweitzer not yet published
Benchmark Graphs for Practical Graph Isomorphism Daniel Neuen, Pascal Schweitzer Proceedings of the 25th Annual European Symposium on Algorithms, 2017
An exponential lower bound for Individualization-Refinement algorithms for Graph Isomorphism Daniel Neuen, Pascal Schweitzer Proceedings of the 50th Annual ACM SIGACT Symposium on Theory of Computing, 2018
An improved isomorphism test for bounded-tree-width graphs Martin Grohe, Daniel Neuen, Pascal Schweitzer, Daniel Wiebking Proceedings of the 45th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming, 2018
A Faster Isomorphism Test for Graphs of Small Degree Martin Grohe, Daniel Neuen, Pascal Schweitzer Proceedings of the 59th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, 2018