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Past Seminars
MAR
20
2020
Theory Seminar
An Algorithm for Hypergraph k-Cut
Karthik Chandrasekaran
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Assistant Professor
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
10:30am – 11:30pm in 3725 Beyster Building
MAR
06
2020
Theory Seminar
Towards a Unified Theory of Matching Sparsifiers
Aaron Bernstein
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Asst. Professor
Rutgers University
10:30am – 11:30pm in 3725 Beyster Building
FEB
07
2020
Theory Seminar
Security Games: Quasi-Regular Sequences, and a new version of TSP
David Kempe
,
Professor
University of Southern California
10:30am – 11:30pm in 3725 Beyster Building
DEC
06
2019
Theory Seminar
The Complexity of Finding S-factors in Regular Graphs
Sanjana Kolisetty and Linh Le
University of Michigan
10:30am – 11:30am in 3725 Beyster Building
NOV
22
2019
Theory Seminar
Fine-grained hardness of CVP(P)— Everything that we can prove (and nothing else)
Huck Bennett
,
Postdoctoral Researcher
University of Michigan
10:30am – 11:30am
NOV
15
2019
Theory Seminar
An Adaptive Step Toward the Multiphase Conjecture
Omri Weinstein
,
Asst. Professor
Columbia University
10:30am – 11:30am
NOV
01
2019
Theory Seminar
Cup Emptying Games and I/O Scheduling
Michael A. Bender
,
Professor
Stony Brook University
10:30am – 11:30am
OCT
18
2019
Theory Seminar
Parallelizing Greedy for Submodular Set Function Maximization
Kent Quanrud
,
Asst. Professor
Purdue University
10:30am – 11:30am
OCT
11
2019
Theory Seminar
The polymorphic gateway between structure and algorithms: Constraint Satisfaction and Beyond
Venkatesan Guruswami
,
Professor
Carnegie Mellon University
10:30am – 11:30am in 3725 Beyster Building
SEP
13
2019
Theory Seminar
Expander Decompositions: Fast Algorithms and Applications
Thatchaphol Saranurak
,
Research Assistant Professor
TTI-Chicago
10:30am – 11:30am in 3725 Beyster Building
FEB
22
2019
Theory Seminar
Revisionist Simulations: A New Technique for Proving Space Lower Bounds
Leqi (Jimmy) Zhu
University of Toronto
10:30am
JAN
25
2019
Theory Seminar
On the Quantitative Hardness of the Closest Vector Problem
Huck Bennett
,
Postdoctoral Researcher
Northwestern University
10:30am
DEC
07
2018
Theory Seminar
Constant Time Coloring in the Congested Clique
Yufan Zheng
10:30am
NOV
30
2018
Theory Seminar
Efficient Density Evaluation for Smooth Kernels
Arturs Backurs
,
Research Asst. Professor
TTI-Chicago
10:30am
NOV
16
2018
Theory Seminar
Dynamic Spanning Forest: Techniques and Connections to Other Fields
Thatchophol Saranurak
,
Research Asst. Professor
TTI-Chicago
10:30am
NOV
02
2018
Theory Seminar
Nearly Work-Efficient Parallel Algorithm for Digraph Reachability
Jeremy Fineman
,
Assoc. Prof.
Georgetown University
10:30am
OCT
26
2018
Theory Seminar
The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Almost Optimal Hardness
Justin Holmgren
,
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Princeton University
10:30am
OCT
19
2018
Theory Seminar
Nearly complete graphs decomposable into large induced matchings and their applications
Shang-En Huang
10:30am
OCT
12
2018
Theory Seminar
Why Extension-based Proofs Fail
Rati Gelashvili
10:30am
OCT
05
2018
Theory Seminar
The Power of Natural Properties as Oracles
Ilya Volkovich
10:00am
SEP
28
2018
Theory Seminar
The Structure of Unique Shortest Paths in Graphs
Greg Bodwin
,
Postdoctoral Researcher
Georgia Tech
10:30am
SEP
21
2018
Theory Seminar
Recent Progress in Bipartite Matching Problems
Dawei Huang
10:30am
SEP
14
2018
Theory Seminar
Linear Sketching for Functions over the Boolean Hypercube
Grigory Yaroslavtsev
,
Asst. Prof.
Indiana University
10:30am
SEP
07
2018
Theory Seminar
Theory Seminar Kick-off
Theory Faculty
10:30am
APR
13
2018
Theory Seminar
Distributed Edge Coloring
Yi-Jun Chang
University of Michigan
10:30am
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