ISU DISCRETE MATHEMATICS SEMINAR
Time: 2:10-3:00pm Tuesdays Place: 401 Carver
The Discrete Mathematics Seminar at Iowa State University is an eclectic mix of topics, including graph theory, combinatorics, linear algebra and abstract algebra. Presentations vary with the speaker and include the speaker's research, related research by others, and expository talks. Many of the expository talks (typically labeled as "Introduction to") are suitable for interested faculty and graduate students who are not specialists in the area.
For more information, link to recodrings, or to get on the mailing list, please contact
Bernard Lidicky (lidicky AT iastate DOT edu)
Some talks are recorded and available to public on Youtube
|Aug 22||First introductory meeting|
|Aug 29||Riste Škrekovski||TBA|
|Sep 5||Sung-Yell Song||TBA|
|Sep 12||Ping Hu||TBA|
|Sep 26||Alex Shulte?||Prelim?|
|Nov 7||Sung-Yell Song||TBA|
|Nov 28||Abhishek Methuku||TBA|
Aug 29, 2017.
Selected conferences in 2017-2018: