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# Tag Archives: June Huh

## ICM 2018 Rio (4): Huh; Balog & Morris; Wormald

This is my fourth report from ICM2018. (I plan one more.) As I already mentioned, Combinatorics was very nicely represented at ICM2018. The combinatorics session itself was great, and there were quite a few other sessions and other lectures … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, ICM2018
Tagged Anita Libenau, Józef Balogh, June Huh, Nick Wormald, Rob Morris, Wojtek Samotij
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## Beyond the g-conjecture – algebraic combinatorics of cellular spaces I

The g-conjecture for spheres is surely the one single conjecture I worked on more than on any other, and also here on the blog we had a sequence of posts about it by Eran Nevo (I,II,III,IV). Here is a great … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, Convex polytopes, Geometry
Tagged Anders Bjorner, Bob MacPherson, Carl Lee, Ed Swartz, Eran Nevo, g-conjecture, Günter Ziegler, Isabella Novik, June Huh, Kalle Karu, Karim Adiprasito, Kazhdan-Lustig polynomials, Lou Billera, Marge Bayer, Peter McMullen, Richard Stanley, Ron Adin, Satoshi Murai, Tom Braden
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## Jim Geelen, Bert Gerards, and Geoﬀ Whittle Solved Rota’s Conjecture on Matroids

Gian Carlo Rota Rota’s conjecture I just saw in the Notices of the AMS a paper by Geelen, Gerards, and Whittle where they announce and give a high level description of their recent proof of Rota’s conjecture. The 1970 conjecture asserts … Continue reading

Posted in Combinatorics, Open problems, Updates
Tagged Bert Gerards, Eric Katz, Geoﬀ Whittle, Gian Carlo Rota, Jim Geelen, June Huh, Matroids
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