Meets: (Fall 2022)
Wednesdays at 11 AM in APM 2402
The purpose of this seminar is for graduate students in Combinatorics at UCSD to:
This seminar is currently organized by Nicholas Sieger and Emily Zhu. In previous quarters, we explored the Containers Method, Spectral Graph Theory, Linear Algebra Methods, and other related topics. Our future topics will be determined based on the interests of the attendees. Please email any of us to get on the mailing list for the most up to date information!
For Fall 2022, we had talks on various results using Absorbers.
|09/28/22 at 11 AM||N/A||Welcome Lunch|
|10/05/22 at 11 AM||Emily Zhu||Introduction to Absorbers|
|10/12/22 at 11 AM||Nicholas Sieger||Thresholds for Spanning Subgraphs in Perturbed Random Graphs|
|10/19/22 at 11 AM||Nicholas + Emily||(Informal) Introduction to Probabilistic Methods|
|10/26/22 at 11 AM||N/A||Informal Lunch|
|11/02/22 at 11 AM||Sam Mattheus||Existence of designs via iterative absorption|