Jan. 15, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Alexander Barvinok, University of Michigan

Computing partition functions in hard problems of combinatorial optimization

Alexander Barvinok, University of Michigan

Computing partition functions in hard problems of combinatorial optimization

Jan. 21 and Jan. 23, 3:30pm, Wean 8220 (Note 2-day lecture series on unusual days)

Nike Sun, MIT

The exact k-SAT threshold for large k

Nike Sun, MIT

The exact k-SAT threshold for large k

Feb. 5, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Sergey Norine, McGill University

Densities of minor-closed families of graphs

Sergey Norine, McGill University

Densities of minor-closed families of graphs

Feb. 26, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Milan Bradonjic, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent

Asymptotic laws for coloring sparse random geometric graphs with constant number of colors

Milan Bradonjic, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent

Asymptotic laws for coloring sparse random geometric graphs with constant number of colors

Mar. 19, 3:30pm, Gates 8102 (Note unusual location)

Shahin Kamali, University of Waterloo

Online bin packing problem: alternative analysis methods and new applications

Shahin Kamali, University of Waterloo

Online bin packing problem: alternative analysis methods and new applications

Mar. 26, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Andrew McDowell, Carnegie Mellon University

DNA origami and the complexity of Eulerian circuits with turning costs

Andrew McDowell, Carnegie Mellon University

DNA origami and the complexity of Eulerian circuits with turning costs

Apr. 20, 4:30pm, Porter Hall 226A (Note unusual day, time, and location)

David Conlon, University of Oxford

On the Erdős–Gyárfás problem in generalised Ramsey theory

David Conlon, University of Oxford

On the Erdős–Gyárfás problem in generalised Ramsey theory

Apr. 30, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Robin Pemantle, UPenn

Permutations and sumsets of a random Poisson-Zipf set

Robin Pemantle, UPenn

Permutations and sumsets of a random Poisson-Zipf set

May. 7, 3:30pm, Gates 6115 (Note unusual location)

Kevin Schewior, TU Berlin

New Results on Resource Augmentation in Online Deadline Scheduling

Kevin Schewior, TU Berlin

New Results on Resource Augmentation in Online Deadline Scheduling

Sep. 25, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Oleg Pikhurko, University of Warwick

Measurable equidecompositions via augmenting paths

Oleg Pikhurko, University of Warwick

Measurable equidecompositions via augmenting paths

Oct. 2, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Jie Ma, Carnegie Mellon University

Relations between digraph colorings and cycle class

Jie Ma, Carnegie Mellon University

Relations between digraph colorings and cycle class

Oct. 9, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Humberto Naves, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota

The threshold probability for long cycles

Humberto Naves, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota

The threshold probability for long cycles

Oct. 29, noon, Gates 6115 (Note unusual day, time and location)

Noga Alon, Tel Aviv University

The Complexity of Forming an Effective Government (Algorithmic Economics Seminar/Theory Lunch)

Noga Alon, Tel Aviv University

The Complexity of Forming an Effective Government (Algorithmic Economics Seminar/Theory Lunch)

Oct. 30, 3:30pm, Gates 8115 (Note unusual location)

Thomas Rothvoß, University of Washington

The matching polytope has exponential extension complexity

Thomas Rothvoß, University of Washington

The matching polytope has exponential extension complexity

Nov. 27, everywhere **except** Wean 8220

Turkey, Thanksgiving

Turkey, Thanksgiving

Dec. 4, 3:30pm, Wean 8220

Hao Huang, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota

Biclique decomposition of random graphs

Hao Huang, Institute for Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota

Biclique decomposition of random graphs

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