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# Category Archives: Conferences

## Günter Ziegler: 1000$ from Beverly Hills for a Math Problem. (IPAM remote blogging.)

Scanned letter by Zadeh. (c) Günter M. Ziegler left-to-right: David Avis, Norman Zadeh, Oliver Friedmann, and Russ Caflish (IPAM director). Photo courtesy Eddie Kim. Update: The slides for Friedmann’s talk are now available. The conference schedule page contains now the slides for … Continue reading

Posted in Computer Science and Optimization, Conferences, Guest blogger
Tagged Linear programming
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## IPAM Remote Blogging: Santos-Weibel 25-Vertices Prismatoid and Prismatoids with large Width

Here is a web page by Christope Weibel on the improved counterexample. The IPAM webpage contains now slides of some of the lectures. Here are Santos’s slides. The last section contains some recent results on the “width of 5-prismatoids” A prismatoid is a polytope … Continue reading

## Remote Blogging: Efficiency of the Simplex Method: Quo vadis Hirsch conjecture?

Here are some links and posts related to some of the talks in IPAM’s workshop “Efficiency of the Simplex Method: Quo vadis Hirsch conjecture?” I will be happy to add links to pdf’s of the presentations and to relevant papers. Descriptions and … Continue reading

## To Life, to Science and to Innovations

ICS2011 at ITCS, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China The title of this post “To life, to Science and to Innovations” was Silvio Micali’s toast at the second conference on Innovations in Computer Science and Silvio’s words have a good chance of becomeing the official toast of … Continue reading

## Budapest, Seattle, New Haven

Here we continue the previous post on Summer 2010 events in Reverse chronological order. Happy birthday Srac In the first week of August we celebrated Endre Szemeredi’s birthday. This was a very impressive conference. Panni, Endre’s wife, assisted by her … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Conferences
Tagged Branko Grunbaum, Conferences, Endre Szemeredi, Victor Klee
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## Mabruk Elon, India, and More

I am starting this post in Jaipur. My three children are watching a movie in our Jaipur hotel room and I watch them while I begin to write this post. Hagai is in the middle of a long-planned three-month trip … Continue reading

## IPAM Workshop – Efficiency of the Simplex Method: Quo vadis Hirsch conjecture?

Workshop at IPAM: January 18 – 21, 2011 Here is the link to the IPAM conference.

## Midrasha Talks are Now Online

Itai Benjamini listening to Gadi Kozma There are 41 lectures from the Midrasha on Probability and Geometry: The Mathematics of Oded Schramm which are now online. Joram Lindenstrauss’s concluding lecture (click on the picture to see) Laci Lovasz More pictures … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, Conferences, Probability
Tagged Geometry, Oded Schramm, Probability
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## Midrasha News

Our Midrasha is going very very well. There are many great talks, mostly very clear and helpful. Various different directions which interlace very nicely. Some moving new mathematical breakthroughs; very few fresh from the oven. Tomorrow is the last day. Update: I will try … Continue reading

## Midrasha Mathematicae: The Mathematics of Oded Schramm

Update: The midrasha is taking place now. After 3 and a half school-days we have a break untill sunday. Clicking on the poster above will lead you the webpage of the event and to a link to an online broadcast of the … Continue reading

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