Paul Seymour elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society

Wednesday, May 11, 2022
by bwysocka

More than 60 exceptional scientists from around the world have been elected Fellows and Foreign Members of the Royal Society. The 51 Fellows and 10 Foreign Members along with one Honorary Fellow have been selected for their outstanding contributions to science. Their work spans multiple disciplines, from using AI to better detect strokes to developing new technologies for improved energy storage and expanding our understanding of genetic cancer risk factors in non-European populations. As well as excellence in research, many of this year’s intake have made outstanding contributions in industry, policy and higher education.

Paul Seymour, a renowned graph theorist is elected as a Fellow for his vast and definitive contributions to structural graph theory, who has rewritten the textbooks of the area.

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