Marcus Chijoff

The University of Newcastle

Marcus Chijoff is a student at The University of Newcastle studying Mathematics and Computer Science with majors in Pure Mathematics and Data Science. He plans to commence honors in Mathematics in 2023. He is most interested in using programming to help understand Mathematics.
Professionally, he has worked as a research assistant since 2020. During this time, he’s worked to develop a program to systematically search for novel examples of graphs satisfying certain properties. He has also been awarded two summer scholarships at The University of Newcastle. One studied linear error-correcting codes and the other studied the use of quaternionic wavelet transforms for colour image processing.

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