Research Interests

Graph Theory and Its applcations to computer science and bioinformatics

Contact Information

Email: gchen at gsu dot edu
Phone: (404) 413 - 6436
Fax: (404) 413 - 6403

Mailing Address

Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Georgia State University
728 of CoE building
30 Pryor Street
Atlanta, GA 30303


Featured Link
Atlanta Lecture Series in Combinatorics and Graph Theory (2010-2013), Coponsored by NSA and NSF
--Organizers: Guantao Chen, Ronald J. Gould, and  Xingxing Yu

Atlanta Lecture Series XIV

Previous Series: Atlanta Lecture Series I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII.

Editorial Service
Managing Editor of Graphs and Combinatorics


Cummunity Service
Lynwood Historic Recreation Center Volunteer for tutoring mathematics

Current Teaching  
Math 8800 Topics in Mathematics
Math 8999 Graduate Research

Samples of Papers
[1]. G. Chen and X. Yu, Long cycles in 3-connected graphs, J. of Combin. Theory Ser B, Vol 86, no. 1 (2002) 80-99.
[2]. G. Chen, R.J. Gould, and H. Li, Partitioning vertices of a tournament into independent cycles, J. combin. Theory Ser B, Vol 83, no. 2 (2001) 213-220.
[3]. G. Chen, R.J. Faudree, and R.J. Gould, Intersections of Longest Cycles in k-connected Graphs, J. of Combin. Theory Ser. B, Vol. 72, no. 1 (1998), 143-149.
[4]. G. Chen, R. Gould, K. Kawarabayashi, F. Pfender, and B.Wei, Graph Minors and Linkages, J. of Graph Theory, submitted.
[5]. G. Chen, G. Fan, and X. Yu, Cycles in 4-connected Planar graphs, European J. of Combinat, submitted.


Doctoral Students                                                                                                                                                                                         

Hai Deng, Ph.D. 2007, Bioinformatics Sr. Scientis, Sigma-Aldrich
Xue Wang, Ph.D. 2009, Postoral Fellow, Dept. of Chemistry of GSU
Nana Li, Ph.D. in progress
Songling Shan, Ph.D. in progress
Ping Yang, Ph.D. in progress