Monthly Archives: May 2022

Quantum Computers: A Brief Assessment of Progress in the Past Decade

In this post I give a brief  assessment of progress in the past decade, triggered by a recent article in Forbes Magazine that mentions my view on the matter. Waging War On Quantum – A Forbes Article by Arthur Herman … Continue reading

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Noga Alon and Udi Hrushovski won the 2022 Shaw Prize

Noga Alon, yesterday at TAU, with his long-time collaborators and former students Michael Krivelevich and Benny Sudakov (left) Udi Hrushovski (right) Heartfelt congratulations to Noga Alon and to Ehud (Udi) Hrushovski for winning the 2022 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences! … Continue reading

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Oliver Janzer and Benny Sudakov Settled the Erdős-Sauer Problem

Norbert Sauer The news in brief:  In the new paper Resolution of the Erdős-Sauer problem on regular subgraphs Oliver Janzer and Benny Sudakov proved that any graph G with vertices and more than edges contains a k-regular subgraph. This bound … Continue reading

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Past and Future Events

Quick announcements of past (recorded) and future events 1) Shachar Lovett was the Erdos Speaker for 2022 and his great talks are recorded. (Lecture 1, Tensor ranks and their applications lecture 2, The monomial structure of Boolean functions, lecture 3, … Continue reading

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