**Fall Term Schedule 2005**

September 12th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Bernard Chazelle

Princeton University

Data-powered computing

September 19th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Wojciech Szpankowski

Purdue University

Ubiquitous pattern matching and its applications

September 26th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Gabor Lugosi

Pompeu Fabra University

Concentration and moment inequalities for functions of independent random variables

October 3rd

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Dan Archdeacon

University of Vermont

Graphs on grids

October 7th

Fiday, 3.30pm (SOCS Colloqium)

Burnside 1205

Rick Durrett

Cornell University

Life in a small world

October 17th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi

Tohoku University

List-coloring graphs on a fixed surface and minor-closed graphs

October 24th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Tetsuo Asano

Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Voronoi diagram with neutral zones based on distance trisector

November 7th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Abraham Flaxman

Carnegie Melon University

Random Sampling Auctions

November 14th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Andrew Granville

Universite de Montreal

Anatomical investigations in mathematics

November 28th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Christophe Paul

CNRS

New results on branchwidth

December 5th

Monday, 4.30pm

Burnside 1205

Juan Carlos Vera

Carnegie Melon University

Variations of the preferential attachment model

Winter 2005See also the McGill Algorithms Seminar.

Fall 2004

Winter 2004

Fall 2003

Winter 2003

Fall 2002

Winter 2002

This seminar is jointly organised by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the School of Computer Science.

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Seminar Coordinator : Adrian VettaThe other organisers are : D. Avis (CS), W. Brown (Math), D. Bryant (Math), L. Devroye (CS), B. Reed (CS), G. Toussaint (CS), and S. Whitesides (CS).