KTH Combinatorics Seminar

Stockholm Combinatorics Seminar, KTH

The KTH Combinatorics Seminar is organized by Nima Amini, Anders Björner, Petter Brändén, and Svante Linusson. It usually takes place on Wednesdays, at 10:15 in room 3418, Dept. Mathematics (KTH). Click here for directions.

Please feel free to contact us if you would like to give a talk or propose a speaker.

Upcoming seminars (Spring 2018)

Date Speaker Title of talk
Jan. 24 Raazesh Sainudiin, Uppsala university Some distributions on finite rooted binary trees with an emphasis on the transmission process
Jan. 31 No seminar -
Feb. 7 Felipe Rincon, University of Oslo Tropical Ideals
Feb. 7 Akiyoshi Tsuchiya, Osaka University The reflexive dimension of a (0,1)-polytope
Feb. 14 Raman Sanyal, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Gram’s relation, cone valuations, and combinatorics
Feb. 21 Patrik Norén, Uppsala University Discrete Morse theory and tropical convexity
Feb. 28 Michael Joswig, TU Berlin Matroids from hypersimplex splits
Mar. 7 No seminar -
Mar. 14 No seminar -
Mar. 21 Fiona Skerman, Uppsala University Tree automata on Galton-Watson trees
Mar. 28 Josephine Yu, Georgia Tech Chow Betti numbers of hypersimplices
Mar. 28 Akihiro Higashitani, Kyoto Sangyo University Regular unimodular triangulations of dilated empty simplices and Gröbner basis
Apr. 4 No seminar -
Apr. 11 Alex Fink, Queen Mary University of London The Tutte polynomial via lattice point enumeration
Apr. 18 No seminar -
Apr. 25 Robin Sulzgruber, KTH Jeu de taquin and insertion algorithms
May. 2 No seminar -
May. 9 Nima Amini, KTH New perspectives on the cyclic sieving phenomenon
May. 16 Gleb Nenashev, SU Triangulations of root polytopes
May. 23 Volkmar Welker, University of Marburg Discrete cubical and path homology of graphs
May. 30 Master Thesis presentation -
Jun. 6 TBD -
Jun. 13 Anders Björner, KTH and Institute Mittag Leffler -
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