Workshop on Information Flows and Information Bottlenecks
On 11-12 September 2012, we will host a workshop on Information Flows and Information Bottlenecks at Queen Mary, University of London.
Further information will be kept here.
Postdoctoral fellowships at QMUL and Warwick
QMUL and the University of Warwick are offering fellowships in Discrete Mathematics.
The closing date is 11 May 2012. Further information is available here.
On Friday 4 May, we will have a half-day miniconference at Queen Mary, featuring three speakers from UCLA. The conference is a joint venture of the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and the Combinatorics Study Group.
The programme and abstracts:
- 14:00-15:00: Choongbum Lee (UCLA), Robustness of graphs – case study: Dirac’s theorem
- 15:00-16:00: Hao Huang (UCLA), Extremal problems in Eulerian digraphs
- 16:00-16:30: tea
- 16:30-17:30: Benny Sudakov (UCLA), The phase transition in random graphs – a simple proof
- 17:30-18:30: refreshments in Mathematics building foyer
Two one-day colloquiua in Combinatorics
There will be two one-day colloquiua in Combinatorics, at Queen Mary on 16 May (speakers Julia Boettcher, Gregory Gutin, Daniel Král, Richard Mycroft, Lutz Warnke, and Günter Ziegler), and at the London School of Economics on 17 May (speakers Rosemary Bailey, Magnus Bordewich, Artur Czumaj, Nikolaos Fountoulakis, János Pach, and Mathias Schacht).
The webpage is here.