In its second year, the Department of Combinatorics and Optimization, will hold three lectures a year to continue to honour William Tutte. In the inaugural year of the series we hosted several speakers each week between May and August.
Below, find a list of the speakers as the information becomes available. All the lectures are free, open to the public and no registration is required.
If you're not able to make the lecture, we will post a recording on the department's YouTube Channel.
For more information about the series, contact the department at email@example.com
March 29, 2019
Speaker: Bojan Mohar
Affiliation: Simon Fraser University
Area of expertise: Topological graph theory, graph minors, graph coloring, algebraic graph theory, graph algorithms.
Lecture title: Toward a Theory of Crossing-Critical Graphs
November 2, 2018
Speaker: Sergey Norin
Affiliation: McGill University
Area of expertise: Graph theory and combinatorics with a concentration on extremal and structural graph theory and graph limits.
Lecture title: Razborov's flag algebras: Ten years on
August 3, 2018
Speaker: Federico Ardila
Affiliation: San Francisco State University
Area of expertise: Underlying combinatorial structure of objects in algebra, geometry, topology, and applications
Lecture title: The geometry of matroids