The Graph Theory Seminar provides an opportunity for faculty and students to learn about and investigate topics of contemporary research interest.
The seminar takes place at 3:30 p.m. in Room 107 of Riley Hall and is held approximately every other Friday. Coffee, tea, soft drinks and other refreshments will be available in the Mathematics Department lounge, Room 205 in Riley Hall, beginning at 3 p.m.
If you have questions about the seminar, or if you are interested in speaking, please contact Doug Rall.
April 4, 2014: Steve Hedetniemi
March 7, 2014: Doug Rall
February 14, 2014: Tom Lewis
January 24, 2014: Steve Hedetniemi
November 22, 2013: Kevin Hutson
October 25, 2013: Amanda Streib
Biased Card Shuffling (Markov chains for sampling weighted permutations)
September 27, 2013: Steve Hedetniemi
Towards a Theory of
Graph Bipartitions, II
September 13, 2013: Steve Hedetniemi
Towards a Theory of Graph Bipartitions
Directions and parking
If you're visiting our campus to attend the seminar, you can find Riley Hall on our campus map. Riley Hall is building 97 on the map. The best place for visitors to park is in Lot 18, 19, or 122. View our campus map.