Department of Mathematics and Statistics - University of South Florida

Office: CMC 326A

Email: molla@usf.edu

URL: http://myweb.usf.edu/~molla

- Transitive tournament tilings in oriented graphs with large minimum total degree (submitted) with L. DeBiasio, A. Lo, and A. Treglown.
- On Odd Rainbow cycles in Edge-colored graphs (submitted) with A. Cyzgrinow, B. Nagle, and R. Oursler.
- On Even Rainbow or Nontriangular Directed Cycles (submitted) with A. Cyzgrinow, B. Nagle, and R. Oursler.
- Disjoint cycles and chorded cycles in a graph with given minimum degree Discrete Mathematics (2020) with M. Santana and E. Yeager.
- Cyclic Triangle Factors in Regular Tournaments The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics (2019) with L. Li.
- Long rainbow cycles and Hamiltonian cycles using many colors in properly edge-colored complete graphs European Journal of Combinatorics (2019) with J. Balogh
- An algorithmic answer to the Ore-type version of Dirac's question on disjoint cycles Optimization Problems in Graph Theory (2018) (book chapter) with H.A. Kierstead, A. Kostochka and D. Yager.
- Triangle-tilings in graphs without large independent sets Combinatorics, Probability and Computing (2018) with J. Balogh, A. McDowell and R. Mycroft.
- Tiling directed graphs with tournaments Forum of Mathematics, Sigma, (2018) with A. Czygrinow, L. DeBiasio and A. Treglown.
- Sharpening an Ore-type version of the Corrádi-Hajnal theorem Abhandlungen aus dem Mathematischen Seminar der Universität Hamburg (2017) with H.A. Kierstead, A. Kostochka, and E. Yeager.
- Spanning trees with leaf distance at least d Discrete Math (2017) with C. Erbes, S. Mousley, and M. Santana.
- Transitive Triangle Tilings in Oriented Graphs, Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B (2017) with J. Balogh and A. Lo.
- A refinement of theorems on vertex disjoint chorded cycles Graphs and Combinatorics (2017) with M. Santana and E. Yeager.
- Triangle factors of graphs without large independent sets and of weighted graphs Random Structures & Algorithms (2016) with J. Balogh and M. Sharifzadeh (Appendix by C. Reiher and M. Schacht).
- Increasing paths in edge-ordered graphs: the hypercube and random graphs, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics (2016) with J. De Silva, F. Pfender, T. Retter and M. Tait.
- Arbitrary Orientations of Hamilton Cycles in Digraphs, SIAM J. Discrete Math. (2015) with L. DeBiasio, D. Kühn, D. Osthus and A. Taylor.
- The semi-degree threshold for anti-directed Hamilton cycles, Electronic Journal of Combinatorics (2015) with L. DeBiasio.
- An extension of the Hajnal-Szemerédi theorem to directed graphs, Combinatorics, Probability and Computing (2015) with A. Czygrinow, L. DeBiasio and H.A. Kierstead.
- Tight co-degree condition for the existence of loose Hamilton cycles in 3-graphs, SIAM J. Discrete Math. (2014) with A. Czygrinow.
- On directed versions of the Corrádi-Hajnal Corollary, European Journal of Combinatorics (2014) with A. Czygrinow and H.A. Kierstead.
- A note on relaxed equitable coloring of graphs, Information Processing Letters (2011) with H. Fan, H.A. Kierstead, G. Liu, J. Wu and X. Zhang.

- University of South Florida
- MAD 6207 Combinatorics II - Spring 2020
- MAD 4301 Introduction to Graph Theory - Spring 2020
- MAD 6206 Combinatorics I - Fall 2019
- MAD 4203 Introduction to Combinatorics - Fall 2019
- MAD 4301 Introduction to Graph Theory - Spring 2019
- MAD 4203 Introduction to Combinatorics - Fall 2018
- MAC 2312 Calculus II - Fall 2018
- MAD 4301 Introduction to Graph Theory - Spring 2018
- MAD 4203 Introduction to Combinatorics - Fall 2017
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Math 484 Nonlinear Programming - Spring 2017
- Math 482 Linear Programming - Fall 2016
- Math 482 Linear Programming - Spring 2016
- Math 412 Graph Theory - Spring 2016
- Math 482 Linear Programming - Fall 2015
- Math 588 Optimization in Networks - Spring 2015
- Math 482 Linear Programming - Spring 2015
- Math 484 Nonlinear Programming - Fall 2014
- Math 482 Linear Programming - Spring 2014
- Math 412 Graph Theory - Spring 2014
- Math 115 Preparation for Calculus - Fall 2013
- Arizona State University
- MAT 416/MAT 513 Graph Theory (Assistant) - Spring 2013
- APM 503/MAT 570 Applied Analysis (Assistant) - Fall 2012
- MAT 514 Enumerative Combinatorics (Assitant) - Fall 2011
- MAT 266 Calculus for Engineers II - Summer 2011
- MAT 514 Enumerative Combinatorics (Assistant) - Fall 2010
- MAT 265 Calculus for Engineers I - Spring 2010
- MAT 271 Calculus w/ Analytic Geometry II (Recitation) - Fall 2009
- MAT 271 Calculus w/ Analytic Geometry II (Recitation) - Spring 2009
- MAT 271 Calculus w/ Analytic Geometry II (Recitation) - Fall 2008