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Warwick Combinatorics

 Jul 02 2021

14:00 - 15:00

The seminars occur weekly on a Friday, times vary depending on the location of the speaker.

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This seminar series is not recorded.


Meeting Link

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82963632253?pwd=Q0psYyt0MURYSy9haWROQzhXRmMwQT09 
Meeting ID: 829 6363 2253
Passcode: WC2021

Future Seminars

 
2 Jul
Will Perkins (Chicago)
Polymer models, cluster expansion, and local limit theorems: counting independent sets in the hypercube

I'll discuss how local central limit theorems can be used in combination with two tools from statistical physics, polymer models and the cluster expansion, to asymptotically enumerate independent sets of a given size in the hypercube. Joint work with Matthew Jenssen and Aditya Potukuchi (arxiv:2106.09709)



 

Past Seminars

19 April 2020

Robert Simon, LSE

 

6 May 2020

Thomas Johnston, Oxford

 

13 May 2020

Sergey Norin, McGill University

 

20 May 2020

Olof Sisask, Stockholm

 

27 May 2020

Peleg Michaeli, Tel Aviv

 

3 June 2020

Yifan Jing, UIUC

 

10 June 2020

Yahav Alon, Tel Aviv

 

17 June 2020

Andrzej Grzesik, Jagiellonian

 

24 June 2020

Bjarne Schülke, Hamburg

 

9 October 2020

László Lovász, Budapest

 

16 October 2020

Marthe Bonamy, Bordeaux

 

23 October 2020

Gábor Tardos, Budapest

 

30 October 2020

Maria Chudnovsky, Princeton

 

6 November 2020

Boris Bukh, Pittsburgh

 

13 November 2020

Tibor Szabó, Berlin

 

20 November 2020

Benny Sudakov, ETH Zurich

 

27 November 2020

Anton Bernshteyn, Georgia Tech

 

4 December 2020

Bhargav Narayanan, Rutgers - Homeomorphs

 

11 December 2020

Hong Liu, Warwick - Extreme density for sparse minors and subdivisions

 

15 January 2021

Pál Galicza, Budapest - Sparse reconstruction for iid variables

 

22 January 2021

Alexander Razborov, Chicago - Theons and Quasirandomness

 

29 January 2021

Lisa Sauermann, IAS - On Polynomials that vanish to high order on most of the hypercube



12 February 2021

Gábor Pete, Budapest - The Free Uniform Spanning Forest is disconnected in some virtually free groups, depending on the generating set


19 Feb 2021

Jan Kurkofka, Hamburg - Every infinitely edge-connected graph contains the Farey graph or T_{ℵ0}*t as a minor

 

26 Feb 2021

Lutz Warnke, Georgia Tech - Prague dimension of random graphs

 

5 March 2021

Louis Esperet, Grenoble - Asymptotic dimension of graphs

 

 12 March 2021

Annie Raymond, Massachusetts Amherst - Graph Density Inequalities, Sums of Squares and Tropicalization

 

19 March 2021

Daniel Spielman, Yale - Finite Free Probability and Ramanujan Graphs

 

4 Jun 2021
Gabor Kun, Budapest - Graphings without measurable perfect matchings


11 Jun
Nicholas Cook (Duke) Regularity method and large deviation principles for the Erdős-Rényi hypergraph


18 Jun
Vishesh Jain (Stanford) Towards the sampling Lovász Local Lemma


25 Jun
Tom Kelly (Birmingham A proof of the Erdős-Faber-Lovász conjecture

This seminar series is supported as part of the ICMS Online Mathematical Sciences Seminars.