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# Fedor Fomin, Long cycles in graphs: Extremal Combinatorics meets Parameterized Algorithms

## March 10 Thursday @ 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM KST

Zoom ID: 869 4632 6610 (ibsdimag)

We examine algorithmic extensions of two classic results of extremal combinatorics. First, the theorem of Dirac from 1952 asserts that a 2-connected graph G with the minimum vertex degree d>1, is either Hamiltonian or contains a cycle of length at least 2d. Second, the theorem of Erdős-Gallai from 1959, states that a 2-connected graph G with the average vertex degree D>1, contains a cycle of length at least D.

We discuss the recent progress in parameterized complexity of computing long cycles “above” the guarantees established by these classical theorems: cycles of lengths at least 2d+k and D+k.

The talk is based on the joint works with Petr Golovach, Danil Sagunov, and Kirill Simonov.