Research Days, Invited Seminars,

Slides for selected talks are available from the Member's Only page.

GTA Research Days

March 13th 2012

February 13th 2012

February 2nd 2012

May 30th 2011,

May 23rd 2011,

May 9th 2011,

February 15th 2011,

February 3rd 2011,

November 29th 2010,

November 2nd 2010,

September 6th 2010,

August 18th 2010,

May 18th 2010,

May 11th 2010,

April 27th 2010,

April 13th 2010,

March 16th 2010,

October 15th 2009,

September 24th 2009,

August 20th 2009,

May 11th 2009,

May 5th 2009,

April 21st 2009,

March 31st 2009,

March 10th 2009,

December 11th - 12th 2008,

November 26th 2008,

November 6th 2008,

October 30th 2008,

October 16th 2008,

August 28th 2008,

Invited Seminars @ CARMA

Closure techniques for cycles and paths in graphs
Professor Zdenek Ryjacek
Department of Mathematics,
University of West Bohemia,
Pilsen, Czech Republic

Anomaly Graphs and Champions
Emeritus Professor Wal Wallis
Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale, Illinois, USA

Champions in Graphs
Emeritus Professor Wal Wallis
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Ill., USA

Recent advances in the degree/diameter problem
Professor Mirka Miller
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Newcastle
Department of Applied Mathematics
University of West Bohemia
Pilsen, Czech Republic
Department of Computer Science
King's College London
London, United Kingdom
Department of Mathematics
ITB, Bandung
Bandung, Indonesia

History of Computer Science (A Journey from Mathematics to Computer Science)
Professor Paul Manuel
Department of Information Science,
University of Kuwait,
Safat, 13060, Kuwait

The degree/diameter problem: 45 years of progress
Professor Dominique Buset
Faculté des Sciences Appliqués
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Brussels, Belgium

Exact Exponential Time Algorithms for Frequence Assignment
Professor Jan Kratochvil
Department of Applied Mathematics
Charles University,
Prague, Czech Republic

Tree-Packaging and Nowhere-Zero Flows
Professor Tomas Kaiser
Department of Mathematics,
University of West Bohemia,
Pilsen, Czech Republic

Global r-alliances and total domination
Professor Henning Fernau
Abteilung Informatik,
Universitaet Trier, Germany

Bimagic Labelings
Professor Wal Wallis
Department of Mathematics,
Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale, Illinois, USA

Minimising the size of union closed collection of sets – a conjecture
Dr. Leanne Rylands
School of Computing and Mathematics,
University of Western Sydney,
Penrith, NSW, Australia

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