Marthe Bonamy 

marthe.bonamy@labri.fr 
CNRS researcher at LaBRI in Bordeaux (since December 2015). 
Université de Bordeaux, LaBRI 

Research interests:I study combinatorics, and more precisely graph theory.I defended in February 2015 a PhD thesis about the discharging method, and more exactly about the global discharging method, a variation introduced by Borodin et al, where the discharging rules can take structures of unbounded size into account. This thesis was prepared in the ALgorithms, Graphs and COmbinatorics group of the LIRMM (Montpellier, France). More details here. In 2010, during the first year of my masters, I had the opportunity to do an eightweek internship in the ACiD group of the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, in Durham, United Kingdom. There, I worked with Daniël Paulusma and Matthew Johnson on the problem of graph recoloring. I still work on graph reconfiguration problems now and then. I was a member of the ANR Project EGOS (Embedded Graphs and their Oriented Structures, 2012  2015) and of a PHC Proteus Project (Coloring graphs on surfaces, 20142015). 


Vitae:Born in Normandie (Northern France) on the 2nd of October 1990.Master degree from École Normale Supérieure de Lyon in 2011. PhD from Université Montpellier, prepared in the ALgorithms, Graphs and COmbinatorics group of the LIRMM, with Benjamin Lévêque and Alexandre Pinlou, defended on the 9th of February 2015. Threemonth postdoc at University of Waterloo (septembernovember 2015) with Luke Postle. Chargée de recherche CNRS (permanent researchonly position) at LaBRI, Bordeaux (starting from 1st of December 2015). Fluent in French (mother tongue) and English. Notions of German and Spanish. 