Combinatorics seminar

Spring and summer 2007 programme

School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham

Seminars are usually held on Thursdays at 3pm in LRC in the Watson Building. Everyone is welcome. The seminar is organized by Daniela Kühn and Deryk Osthus. Please contact Daniela Kühn if you have any enquiries.
Jan 18 Douglas Woodall (Nottingham) Recent results on graph colourings
Jan 25 Andrew Treglown (Birmingham) Almost perfect packings in graphs
Feb 1 Gregory Gutin (Royal Holloway, London) Introduction to the Minimum Cost Homomorphism Problem for Directed and Undirected Graphs
Feb 8 Philip Keen (Birmingham) Some applications of Markov Chains in Graph theory
Feb 16 Tobias Müller (Eindhoven) Geometric random graphs
Feb 22 John Talbot (University College London) G-intersecting families of sets
Mar 1 Tin Lok Wong (Birmingham) Rapidly growing Ramsey functions
Mar 8 Nikolaos Fountoulakis (Birmingham) Complete minors in random graphs
May 7 Luke Kelly (Birmingham), 2pm, room 222 Limits of graph sequences
May 21 Oliver Cooley (Birmingham), 2pm, room 222 Random Cayley graphs
Aug 8 Luke Kelly (Birmingham), 2pm, room 222 Packing Hamilton cycles
Previous seminars: Autumn 2006