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# Past Events

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Sergey Norin , McGill University

CANCELLED: Improperly coloring K_t minor-free graphs

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Oliver Schaudt , Universität zu Köln

Shooting at seagulls - the problem of hitting induced three-vertex-paths in a graph

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Hehui Wu , University of Mississippi

Bipartition with degree constraint

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Avi Wigderson , IAS

The sensitivity conjecture: background and new results

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Alex Scott , Oxford University

**CANCELLED** - Maximising the number of induced cycles

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Wesley Pegden, Carnegie-Mellon

Asymptotics of the TSP and related functionals for random Euclidean point-sets

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Laci Babai , University of Chicago

Graph Isomorphism in Quasipolynomial Time: The emergence of the Johnson graphs

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Sophie Spirkl , Princeton University

Coloring perfect graphs with bounded clique number

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Karim Adiprasito, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and IAS

Some interesting algebraic aspects of graph chordality

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Orit Raz, Tel Aviv University

Polynomials vanishing on Cartesian products

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Adam Marcus, Princeton University

Real rooted polynomials in graph theory

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Federico Ardila, San Francisco State

Positroids, non-crossing partitions, 1/e^2, and a conjecture of Da Silva

Dec

10

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Hao Huang , Emory University

On graphs decomposable into induced matchings of linear size

Dec

10

Dec

10

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Eli Berger, University of Haifa

Extremal number of edges in bipartite graphs as a function of the topological connectivity of the matching complex

Dec

10

Discrete Mathematics Seminar

Alex Scott, Oxford University

The chromatic number of graphs without long holes

Dec

10