Discrete Mathematics and Optimization Seminar

Fall Term Schedule 2004

September 10th
Friday, 3.30pm (SOCS Colloquium)
McConnell room 13
Alan Frieze
Carnegie Mellon University
Random Graph Models of "Real World Networks"

September 20th
Monday, 4.30pm
Burnside 1205
Babak Farzad
University of Toronto
Choosability of Planar Graphs without Cycles of Specific Lengths

October 25th
Monday, 4.30pm
Burnside 1205

Jong-Shi Pang
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Recent Advances in the Computation of Nash Equilibria

November 15th
Monday, 4.30pm
Burnside 1205

Sang-il Oum
Princeton University
Rank-width and Well-quasi-ordering

November 22th
Monday, 4.30pm
Burnside 1205

Luc Lapointe
Universidad de Talca
Tableaux on Cores and the Combinatorics of Fusion Algebras

December 6th
Monday, 4.30pm (SOCS Colloquium)
Burnside 1205

Janos Pach
New York and Budapest
Intersection Patterns of Geometric Objects

Previous Seminars
Winter 2004
Fall 2003
Winter 2003
Fall 2002
Winter 2002
See also the McGill Algorithms Seminar.


This seminar is jointly organised by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
and the School of Computer Science
For information contact:
Seminar Coordinator : Adrian Vetta
The other organisers are : D. Avis (CS), W. Brown (Math), D. Bryant (Math/CS), L. Devroye (CS), B. Reed (CS), V. Rosta (Math), G. Toussaint (CS), and S. Whitesides (CS).