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Combinatorics Seminar 2022-23

For 2022-23, the Combinatorics Seminar will be held 2-3pm on Fridays in B3.02. The seminar is organised by Richard Montgomery, Matías Pavez-Signé (Term 1 and 3) and Candida Bowtell (Term 2).

Term 3

Date Name Title Note
28th April Simon Piga Turán problems in hypergraphs with quasirandom links  
5th May ---    
12th May ---    
19th May Jun Yan Distribution of colours in rainbow H-free colourings  
26th May Thomas Karam The structure of the set of minimal-length slice rank decompositions of a tensor over a finite field  
2nd June Jane Tan   TALK POSTPONED
9th June ------    
16th June Barnabás Janzer Local rainbow colourings  
23rd June Marcelo Campos The least singular value of a random symmetric matrix  
28th June Simona Boyadzhiyska

Covering real grids with multiplicity


Term 2

Date Name Title Note
13th Jan Christian Ikenmeyer Characters of the symmetric group and combinatorial interpretations  
20th Jan Amedeo Sgueglia A general approach to rainbow versions of Dirac-type theorems  
27th Jan Freddie Illingworth Reconstructing a point set from a random subset of its pairwise distances  
3rd Feb Shumin Sun Factors in quasi-random hypergraphs  
10th Feb Nora Frankl Helly numbers of exponential lattices  
17th Feb Mehtaab Sawhney The existence of subspace designs  
24th Feb Amarja Kathapurkar Transversal cycle factors in multipartite graphs  
3rd March Jozef Skokan Separating the edges of a graph by a linear number of paths  
10th March

Jane Tan

Reconstructing 3D cube complexes from boundary distances

17th March Joseph Hyde Turan Colourings in Off-Diagonal Ramsey Multiplicity  

Term 1

Date Name Title Note
7th Oct Mustazee Rahman Suboptimality of local algorithms for optimization on sparse graphs  
14th Oct Candy Bowtell The n-queens problem  
21st Oct Daniel Iľkovič Quasirandom tournaments  
28th Oct Bertille Granet Hamilton decompositions of regular bipartite tournaments  
4th Nov Alp Muyesser Hypergraphs defined by groups  
11th Nov Adva Mond Minimum degree edge-disjoint Hamilton cycles in random directed graphs  
18th Nov Shoham Letzter Separating paths systems of almost linear size  
25th Nov ---    
2nd Dec Bernd Schulze Geometric Rigidity Theory and Applications  
9th Dec Zoltán Vidnyánszky Borel combinatorics, the LOCAL model and complexity