Saturday, January 25 at 9:00am to 6:30pm
Kaprielian Hall (KAP), 414
3620 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Welcome to the 5th annual SoCal Discrete Mathematics Symposium. This one day conference brings together junior and senior researchers in the SoCal area from graph theory, through algebraic combinatorics, to number theory and all adjacent fields. Come exchange ideas, meet, collaborate!
Submission deadline: January 13, 2020.
Registration deadline: January 22, 2020.
See details at: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/socaldm20/home?authuser=1
David Conlon (Caltech)
Asaf Ferber (UC Irvine)
Pavel Galashin (UCLA)
9:00-9:30am Breakfast in KAP 410
9:30--10:30 Pavel Galashin Higher Secondary Polytopes and Regular Plabic Graphs
10:30 -- 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 --11:30 Jason Fulman Generating functions and random matrices over finite fields
11:30-- 12:00 Sinai Robins The Fourier transform of a polytope and applications in enumerative geometry
12:00--12:30 Josh Hallam The increasing chain complex of a poset and the top-heavy conjecture
12:30--2:00 Lunch Places available across Vermont, or in USC Village. Free for speakers and subsidized for students.
2:00-3:00pm Asaf Ferber When combinatorics meets Littlewood-Offord theory
3:00-3:30 Pietro Poggi-Corradini An overview of modulus on graphs
4:00-4:30 Misha Tyomkyn Repeated patterns in proper colorings
4:30--5:30 David Conlon Around the Brown-Erdős-Sós problem
5:30 -- 6:30 Wine and cheese in KAP 410
Parking is available in Downey Garage (stop at the gate at 36th and Vermont and request your day parking permit as a participant at the conference). Ten (10) parking permits will be available on a first come--first serve basis, otherwise you can obtain a daily permit for $14 at the booth at 36th and S Vermont Ave.
2020 Organizing committee:
Greta Panova (USC) and Brendan Pawlowski (USC).
Sami Assaf (USC), Lenny Fukshansky (CMC), Igor Pak (UCLA), Greta Panova (USC)