On April 25, 2023, Hyunwoo Lee (이현우) from KAIST and IBS Extremal Combinatorics and Probability Group gave a talk at the Discrete Math Seminar about the minimum degree condition to have a partition of a graph into induced subgraphs each having a subdivision of a fixed graph as a subgraph. The title of his talk was “On perfect subdivision tilings.”

## Hyunwoo Lee (이현우), On perfect subdivision tilings

For a given graph $H$, we say that a graph $G$ has a perfect $H$-subdivision tiling if $G$ contains a collection of vertex-disjoint subdivisions of $H$ covering all vertices of $G.$ Let $\delta_{sub}(n, H)$ be the smallest integer $k$ such that any $n$-vertex graph $G$ with minimum degree at least $k$ has a perfect $H$-subdivision tiling. For every graph $H$, we asymptotically determined the value of $\delta_{sub}(n, H)$. More precisely, for every graph $H$ with at least one edge, there is a constant $1 < \xi^*(H)\leq 2$ such that $\delta_{sub}(n, H) = \left(1 - \frac{1}{\xi^*(H)} + o(1) \right)n$ if $H$ has a bipartite subdivision with two parts having different parities. Otherwise, the threshold depends on the parity of $n$.