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- Amazing: Stefan Glock, Daniela Kühn, Allan Lo, and Deryk Osthus give a new proof for Keevash’s Theorem. And more news on designs.
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I am sure that every one of the readers of this blog heard about Laci Babai’s quasi-polynomial algorithm for graph isomorphism and also the recent drama about it: A mistake pointed out by Harald Helfgott, a new sub-exponential but … Continue reading
I am very happy to announce that a Ph. D program in mathematics for international students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is now open. Here is the link to the home page. About the program The Einstein Institute of … Continue reading
The workshop on the “polynomial method” will take place at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Monday Dec 26 and Tuesday Dec 27. The event is organized by Jordan Ellenberg and Gil Kalai. Program: Monday 10-11:45 (Combinatorics seminar) Adam Shefer – … Continue reading
Amazing: Stefan Glock, Daniela Kühn, Allan Lo, and Deryk Osthus give a new proof for Keevash’s Theorem. And more news on designs.
Blogging was slow recently, and I have various half written posts on all sort of interesting things, and plenty of unfulfilled promises. I want to quickly share with you two and a half news items regarding combinatorial designs. As you … Continue reading
Live streaming for Avifest is available here. The program is here. Following the first two lectures I can witness that the technical quality of the broadcast is very good and the scientific quality of the lectures is superb. As this is … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, A midrasha (school) in honor of Alex Lubotzky’s 60th birthday will take place from November 6 – November 11, 2016 at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Don’t miss the event! And … Continue reading
Postoctoral positions with Karim Adiprasito My young friend and colleague Karim Adiprasito told me that he has funding for postdocs (with or without teaching) and students (with or without teaching), both at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) and the MPI/University … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, a workshop in Princeton in honor of Avi Wigderson’s 60th birthday is coming on October. It will take place at Princeton on October 5-8 2016 right before FOCS 2016. Don’t miss the event ! Attendance is free but … Continue reading
Mind Boggling: Following the work of Croot, Lev, and Pach, Jordan Ellenberg settled the cap set problem!
A quote from a recent post from Jordan Ellenberg‘s blog Quomodocumque: Briefly: it seems to me that the idea of the Croot-Lev-Pach paper I posted about yesterday (GK: see also my last post) can indeed be used to give a new bound … Continue reading