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Dr. Eric Mendelsohn

Dr. Eric Mendelsohn
Adjunct Professor Emeritus
Areas of ExpertiseCombinatorial designs and arrays, Steiner triple systems, finite geometries, coding theory

Eric is Professor Emeritus in Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He received his PhD from McGill University and was a postdoctoral fellow at Univercité of Montréal.

Eric's specialization is combinatorial design theory – a field in which he has published over 100 papers. He has supervised the PhD of ten students, including Graphs@Ryerson faculty member Peter Danziger. Eric brings extensive expertise in mentoring graduate students associated with our group.