[Discrete-math-seminar] Wednesday seminar speaker and Friday room set
rellis at math.iit.edu
Tue Mar 20 11:39:30 CST 2007
Tomorrow (Wednesday) I will continue with part 2 of "The two-batch liar
game over a general bounded channel" (abstract:
http://math.iit.edu/academics/abstracts/Ellis.pdf). Sanjiv Kapoor will
speak April 4.
Friday, Joshua Cooper's talk will be in E1 106. The Monday time and
location are still under discussion.
E1 105C, IL Inst. Tech.
Chicago, IL 60616
(312) 567-5336 --- rellis at math.iit.edu
On Tue, 20 Mar 2007, Robert Ellis wrote:
> Dear all (DAM seminar list),
> There are 3 upcoming combinatorics seminars.
> Friday 3:15pm Mar 23 DAM Seminar, Joshua Cooper, room TBA
> Joshua Cooper, USC Palmetto Asst. Prof., is visiting Friday 2pm-Monday
> afternoon, and will give talks Friday at 3:15pm and on Monday, time to be
> determined. Friday's talk will be "Random Linear Extensions of Grids" (see
> http://math.iit.edu/academics/abstracts/Cooper2.html). I am hoping he will
> tell us about the "chump number" (the maximum cost of unneeded accessories a
> chump will buy on a new car given a certain linear extension of a preference
> grid). He _will_ be telling us about the jump number. Regardless, Josh is an
> excellent speaker, and I hope you will all join us.
> Wednesday 11am Mar 21, DAM Research Seminar, E1 241
> Either Sanjiv Kapoor will speak on his research, or I will give part 2 of
> "The 2-batch liar game over a general bounded channel", continuing from March
> Monday Mar 26 time TBA room TBA, AM Colloquium, Joshua Cooper
> Josh will give a colloquium talk on "Quasirandom Permutations" (abstract:
> http://math.iit.edu/academics/abstracts/Cooper1.html), which relates to
> discrepancy theory, permutation statistics, discrete harmonic analysis, and
> numerical integration.
> If you are interested in scheduling a research discussion with Josh, please
> contact me soon. For definiteness, let's make the time slots as follows.
> Friday March 23
> Monday March 26
> Hope you can join us -- I will follow up with room assignemnts for the Friday
> and Monday talks later.
> Robert Ellis
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