Columbia Discrete Math Seminar

Day & Time Tuesday, 4-5
Location This semester the seminar will take place in 303 Mudd. Click on this link to see Mudd on the campus map.

Speakers for the Fall Semester 2010

September 14 303 Mudd Eli Berger (Haifa University) Unfriendly partition for graphs without an infinite subdivided clique

September 21 303 Mudd Paul Seymour (Princeton) Disjoint paths in tournaments

September 28 303 Mudd No seminar

October 5 303 Mudd Gabor Kun (IAS), Cops and robbers in random graphs

October 12 303 Mudd Doron Zeilberger (Rutgers), How do I walk to thee? Let me count the ways

October 19 303 Mudd Sergey Norin (Princeton), Perfect matchings in cubic graphs: A proof of the Lovasz-Plummer conjecture.

October 26 303 Mudd No seminar

November 2 303 Mudd No seminar---University Holiday

November 9 303 Mudd Gregory Bard (Fordham), A new technique for solving polynomial systems of equations over finite fields via stochastic local search

November 16 303 Mudd Amanda Redlich (Rutgers), Unbalanced Allocations

November 23 303 Mudd David Conlon (Cambridge), An approximate version of Sidorenko's conjecture

November 30 303 Mudd David Phillips (The College of William & Mary, and Brown University), First-order methods for finding weighted graphs with high algebraic connectivity

December 7 303 Mudd Noga Alon (Tel Aviv University & IAS), Hypergraph list coloring and Euclidean Ramsey Theory

Past Talks

Spring 2010

Fall 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

Spring 2008

Fall 2007

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