DIMAG had its first workshop “2019-1 IBS Workshop on Graph Theory” on February 11 and 12, 2019. There were 6 invited talks — Jeong Han Kim (KIAS), Cory T. Palmer (Univ. of Montana), Martin Balko (Charles Univ.), Dong Yeap Kang (KAIST), Boram Park (Ajou Univ.), and Dániel Gerbner (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics). We would like to thank all speakers and participants.
The talks are recorded but due to technical problems, only four talks are available online.
2019-02-11 Jeong Han Kim (김정한), Entropy and sorting
2019-02-11 Cory T. Palmer, Generalized Turán problems: Berge hypergraphs
2019-02-11 Martin Balko, Ramsey numbers of edge-ordered graphs
2019-02-12 Boram Park (박보람), Sum-free set problem on integers
The Discrete Mathematics Group (DIMAG) at the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) will have its first workshop in Feb. 11-12, 2019. If you want to participate, then please register by January 28 on the website. We plan to provide accommodation for speakers and selected participants requested during the online registration.
Title: 2019-1 IBS Workshop on Graph Theory
Location: IBS, 2nd Floor of the Theory Building, Room B232 (Daejeon)
Joonkyung Lee (이준경) from University of Hamburg gave a talk at Discrete Math Seminar on January 3, 2019. The title of his talk was “Sidorenko’s conjecture for blow-ups”. (This was the first talk at the room B232.)
Tony Huynh from Université libre de Bruxelles became the first person to give a talk at discrete math seminar at DIMAG on December 10, 2018. He talked about his recent work “A tight Erdős-Pósa function for planar minors” (SODA’19).