All videos of talks at the “Round the World Relay in Combinatorics” are now available

The “Round the World Relay in Combinatorics” was held on June 8 Tuesday. Now the videos of all talks are available on YouTube.

O-joung Kwon (권오정) gave a talk on classes of intersection digraphs and their bi-min-width at the Discrete Math Seminar as a part of the “Round the World Relay in Combinatorics”

The “Round the World Relay in Combinatorics” was held from 11 am KST of June 8 to 9 am KST of June 9. O-joung Kwon (권오정) from the Incheon National University and the IBS Discrete Mathematics Group gave a talk at the Discrete Math Seminar organized as a part of the “Round the World Relay in Combinatorics” at 3 pm KST. His talk was about classes of intersection digraphs and their bi-min-width. The title of his talk was “Classes of intersection digraphs with good algorithmic properties“.

“Round the World Relay in Combinatorics” will be held on June 8 Tuesday, 2021 from 2:00 UTC (=11 am in Korea) to 24:00 UTC (=9 am next day in Korea)

IBS DIMAG is very happy to join the first international effort to have a full day of online talks in combinatorics. It’ll be on Zoom.
meeting id: 875 9395 3555 (relay)

June 8 Tuesday, 2021

  • 2:00 UTC, 11:00 KST Melbourne (Australia) Monash University
    • David Wood (Monash University), Universality in Minor-Closed Graph Classes
  • 3:00 UTC, 12:00 KST Shanghai (China) Shanghai Center for Mathematical Sciences
    • Baogang Xu (Nanjing Normal University, China), On coloring of graphs of girth 2l+1 without longer odd holes
  • 4:00 UTC, 13:00 KST Auckland (New Zealand) The University of Auckland
    • Jeroen Schillewaert (University of Auckland), Constructing highly regular expanders from hyperbolic Coxeter groups
  • 5:00 UTC, 14:00 KST Sydney (Australia) Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia
    • Gordon Royle (University of Western Australia (UWA)), Real chromatic roots of planar graphs
  • 6:00 UTC, 15:00 KST Daejeon (Korea) IBS Discrete Mathematics Group
    • O-joung Kwon (Incheon National University and IBS Discrete Mathematics Group), Classes of intersection digraphs with good algorithmic properties
  • 7:00 UTC, 16:00 KST Krakow (Poland) Jagiellonian University
    • Bartosz Walczak (Jagiellonian), Coloring polygon visibility graphs and their generalizations
  • 8:00 UTC, 17:00 KST Glasgow (UK) University of Glasgow
    • Heng Guo (University of Edinburgh), A Markov chain approach towards the sampling Lovász local lemma
  • 9:00 UTC, 18:00 KST London (UK) London School of Economics
    • Annika Heckel (LMU), How does the chromatic number of a random graph vary?
  • 10:00 UTC, 19:00 KST Moscow (Russia) Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
    • Noga Alon (Princeton and Tel Aviv), Splitting random necklaces
  • 11:00 UTC, 20:00 KST Budapest (Hungary) Hungarian Academy of Sciences + Eötvös Loránd University
    • László Lovász (Eötvös University, Budapest), Orthogonal representations and graph limits
  • 12:00 UTC, 21:00 KST Bordeaux (France) LaBRI
    • Carla Groenland (Utrecht University), Universal Graphs and Labelling Schemes
  • 13:00 UTC, 22:00 KST New York (USA) City University of New York + Montclair State University + Hofstra University
    • Deepak Bal (Montclair State University), Size Ramsey numbers of paths and cycles
  • 14:00 UTC, 23:00 KST Prague (Czech) Czech Academy of Sciences + Czech Technical University + London School of Economics
    • Dhruv Mubayi (University of Illinois at Chicago), The feasible region of hypergraphs
  • 15:00 UTC, 00:00 KST Brno (Czech) Masaryk University
    • James Davies (University of Waterloo), Colouring circle graphs and their generalisations
  • 16:00 UTC, 01:00 KST Oxford (UK) University of Oxford
    • Jacob Fox (Stanford University), Removal lemmas
  • 17:00 UTC, 02:00 KST Columbus (USA) Ohio State University
    • Allan Sly (Princeton University), Spread of infections in random walkers
  • 18:00 UTC, 03:00 KST Rio (Brazil) Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada
    • Marcelo Campos (IMPA), The singularity probability of a random symmetric matrix is exponentially small
  • 19:00 UTC, 04:00 KST Atlanta (USA) Georgia Institute of Technology
    • Jim Geelen (University of Waterloo), Homomorphisms and colouring for graphs and binary matroids
  • 20:00 UTC, 05:00 KST Santiago (Chile) Universidad de Chile
    • David Conlon (Caltech), Random multilinear maps and the Erdős box problem
  • 21:00 UTC, 06:00 KST Burnaby (Canada) Simon Fraser University
    • Fan Chung (UCSD), Trees and forests in Green’s functions of a graph
  • 22:00 UTC, 07:00 KST Victoria (Canada) University of Victoria
    • Andrew Suk (UCSD), Turán-type problems for point-line incidences
  • 23:00 UTC, 08:00 KST Fairbanks (USA) University of Alaska
    • Ron Gould (Emory), Chorded cycles