Combinatorics Lectures Online

Organizers: Jacob Fox and Paul Seymour.


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Forthcoming talks

Fri Dec 3, 08:00 ET (= 14:00 CET), Gergely Ambrus (Renyi Inst + U Szeged), ``Piercing the chessboard'', abstract (Budapest big seminar on combinatorics and geometry), Zoom link, password is the first six terms of the Fibonacci sequence starting 1 1.

Fri Dec 3, 11:00 ET (= 19:00 Moscow time): Pawel Pralat (Ryerson), ``Semi-random process'', abstract (Moscow big seminar on combinatorics and discrete geometry), Zoom link, password is the first six decimal places of π after the decimal point.

Fri Dec 3, 12:00 ET: Anna Pun (U Virginia), ``A note on the higher order Turan inequalities for k-regular partitions'', abstract (NY combinatorics seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Mon Dec 6, 9:00 ET (= 14:00 UTC): Benedikt Stufler (TU Wien), ``Local convergence of random planar graphs'', abstract (Extremal and probabilistic combinatorics webinar), Zoom link, password is the first six primes concatenated.

Mon Dec 6, 11:15 ET: Inbal Livni-Navon (Stanford), ``List decoding with double samplers'', abstract (IAS CS/DM seminar I), Zoom link.

Mon Dec 6, 11:30 ET: Cristina Dalfó (Universitat de Lleida), ``On the Laplacian spectra of token graphs'', abstract (Waterloo algebraic graph theory seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Tue Dec 7, 10:30 ET: Fernando Granha Jeronimo, ``An introduction to binary code bounds'', abstract (IAS CS/DM seminar II), Zoom link.

Tue Dec 7, 15:00 ET (= 20:00 UTC): Michael Wigal (Georgia Tech), ``Approximating TSP walks in subcubic graphs'', abstract (Matroid union seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Wed Dec 8, 09:00 ET (= 14:00 UK time): George Kontogeorgiou (Warwick), ``TBA'', abstract (Warwick combinatorics seminar), Zoom link.

Wed Dec 8, 15:00 ET: Emily Heath, ``The Erdős-Gyárfás Problem on Generalized Ramsey Numbers'', abstract (WinCom colloquium), Zoom meeting ID: 837 6398 9129, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Thu Dec 9, 02:30 ET (= 16:30 Seoul time): David Munhá Correia, ``TBA'', abstract (IBS seminar), Zoom ID 934 3222 0374, password ibsdimag.

Thu Dec 9, 10:20 ET: Chris Janjigian (Purdue), ``TBA'', abstract (OSU combinatorics and probability seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Thu Dec 9, 11:00 ET (= 19:00 Moscow time): Vishesh Jain, ``TBA'', abstract (Moscow big seminar), Zoom meeting ID 279-059-822, password the first six digits of π after the decimal point.

Thu Dec 9, 17:00 ET: James Davenport (Bath), ``Experimental complexity theory?'' abstract (Rutgers experimental math seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Fri Dec 10, 08:15 ET (= 14:15 CEST): Matthew Kwan (Inst of Science and Technology, Austria), ``TBA'', abstract (TU Graz combinatorics seminar), joining link.

Fri Dec 10, 12:00 ET: Zhanar Berikkyzy (Fairfield U), ``TBA'', abstract (NY combinatorics seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Mon Dec 13, 9:00 ET (= 14:00 UTC): Candida Bowtell (Oxford), ``TBA'', abstract (Extremal and probabilistic combinatorics webinar), Zoom link, password is the first six primes concatenated.

Mon Dec 13, 11:15 ET: TBA, ``TBA'', abstract (IAS CS/DM seminar I), Zoom link.

Mon Dec 13, 11:30 ET: Logan Crew, ``TBA'', abstract (Waterloo algebraic graph theory seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Tue Dec 14, 10:30 ET: TBA, ``TBA'', abstract (IAS CS/DM seminar II), Zoom link.

Wed Dec 15, 10:15 ET (= 16:15 CET): Lars Rohwedder (EPFL), ``A (2 + ϵ)-approximation algorithm for preemptive weighted flow time on a single machine'' abstract (Jagiellonian TCS seminar), Zoom link.

Thu Dec 16, 10:20 ET: Kasun Fernando (U Toronto) , ``The bootstrap for dynamical systems'', abstract (OSU combinatorics and probability seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Thu Dec 16, 11:00 ET (= 19:00 Moscow time): Dmitrii Zhelezov, ``TBA'', abstract (Moscow big seminar), Zoom meeting ID 279-059-822, password the first six digits of π after the decimal point.

Fri Dec 17, 08:15 ET (= 14:15 CEST): Dieter Mitsche (Lyon), ``TBA'', abstract (TU Graz combinatorics seminar), joining link.

Fri Dec 17, 12:00 ET: Sean English (UIUC), ``TBA'', abstract (NY combinatorics seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Mon Dec 20, 9:00 ET (= 14:00 UTC): Dan Kral (Masaryk U), ``TBA'', abstract (Extremal and probabilistic combinatorics webinar), Zoom link, password is the first six primes concatenated.

Mon Dec 20, 11:30 ET: Aleksandar Jurisic, ``TBA'', abstract (Waterloo algebraic graph theory seminar), Zoom link, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Wed Dec 22, 10:15 ET (= 16:15 CET): Grzegorz Gutowski, ``TBA'', abstract (Jagiellonian TCS seminar), Zoom link.

Thu Dec 23, 02:30 ET (= 16:30 Seoul time): Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (Tokyo), ``TBA'', abstract (IBS seminar), Zoom ID 934 3222 0374, password ibsdimag.

Thu Jan 7, 08:15 ET (= 14:15 CEST): Stephan Wagner (Uppsala U), ``TBA'', abstract (TU Graz combinatorics seminar), joining link.

Tue Jan 12, 15:00 ET: Sarah Allred, ``TBA'', abstract (WinCom colloquium), Zoom meeting ID: 837 6398 9129, password will be mailed to the CLO list.

Wed Jan 20, 11:00 ET (= 17:00 CEST): David Conlon (Caltech), ``TBA'', abstract (TU Graz combinatorics seminar), joining link.

Thu Jan 28, 08:15 ET (= 14:15 CEST): Eric Fusy (Gaspard-Monge), ``TBA'', abstract (TU Graz combinatorics seminar), joining link.


This is a list of future online talks in combinatorics. There is also a mailing list, to which we will email this week's activities, perhaps twice a week. If you would like to be added or removed from the list, please send email to pds@math.princeton.edu with a university email address, or a one-line description of who you are.

If you have a talk that you would like to be listed here, please send to Paul Seymour (pds@math.princeton.edu) the title, day, time and time-zone, name and affiliation of the speaker, name of hosting institution, the link to join the meeting, and a link to the abstract (not the abstract itself). If you let us know the password, we will mail it out to the people on the mailing list.

See also Virtual Combinatorics Colloquium, Oxford Discrete Mathematics and Probability Seminar, and CS Theory Online Talks.

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