Xin Zhang presented many results on equitable tree-k-colorings of graphs at the discrete math seminar

On May 16, 2019, Xin Zhang (张欣) from Xidian University, China discusses various results on the equitable tree-k-coloring of graphs, a problem of partitioning the vertex set of a graph into vertex-disjoint induced subgraphs having no cycles with almost same size. The title of his talk was “On equitable tree-colorings of graphs”. Xin Zhang is visiting IBS Discrete Mathematics Group from May 15 to May 19.

Andreas Holmsen presented his work on an extremal problem on hypergraphs on March 12 at the discrete math seminar

Andreas Holmsen from KAIST gave a talk at Discrete Math Seminar on March 12, 2019 under the title “large cliques in hypergraphs with forbidden substructures.” His work extended a result of extremal graph theory due to Gyárfás, Hubenko, and Solymosi, answering a question of Erdős to hypergraphs and has interesting consequences in topological combinatorics and abstract convexity.