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Talk on Friday 10 October

On Friday, 10 October, Stephen Tate (Warwick) will talk in the Combinatorics Study Group on “Combinatorics in Statistical Mechanics”, a talk which will be of wider interest. Further details can be found here.

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Combinatorial Probability and Statistical Mechanics Workshop

We are pleased to announce the Workshop Combinatorial Probability and Statistical Mechanics to be held on 21 – 23 February 2013 in Queen Mary, University of London. The workshop is the first in the new series of meetings co-organised by … Continue reading

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Information Flows and Information Bottlenecks

Network coding is a relatively new subject, exploiting the fact that the capacity of a network to carry information can be higher than its capacity for regular commodities if the vertices (or edges) of the network have some processing power. … Continue reading

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Laplacian eigenvalues and optimality

An LTCC intensive course by R. A. Bailey and Peter J. Cameron Rockefeller Building, Gower Street, London, 13-14 June 2012 The course brings together concepts from Pure Mathematics (Laplacian eigenvalues of graphs) and Statistics (optimal design of experiments). It will … Continue reading

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London Combinatorics Colloquia

This week, on Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 May, there are two one-day combinatorics colloquia. The Wednesday colloquium is at Queen Mary, commencing at 10:30, and will feature talks by Julia Boettcher, Gregory Gutin, Daniel Král, Richard Mycroft, Lutz Warnke, … Continue reading

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