The Theory Group normally meets Fridays at 1:00pm; this quarter we are in DBH 1423.

Below is this quarter's schedule.

- Jan 11
- Nil Mamano
- New Geometric Applications of the Nearest-Neighbor Chain Algorithm
- Jan 18
- Juan Besa
- Title: Taming The Knights Tour: Minimizing Turns and Crossings
- Jan 25
- Karthik Gajulapalli
- Title: In pursuit of a Randomized Time Hierarchy Theorem
- Feb 1
- James Liu
- Title: Recharging Bandits
- Pedro Matias
- Title: Graph Reconstruction and Verification
- Feb 8
- Seminar cancelled
- Feb 15
- Samir Khuller, University of Maryland
- Title: On Algorithmic Questions motivated by Data Center Scheduling
- Feb 22
- Martha Osegueda
- Title: Two-Dots is NP-complete
- Elham Havvaei
- Title: On the complexity of reconfiguration problems
- March 1
- Ceasar Aguma
- Title: Simple and Nearly Optimal Mutli-item Auctions
- Rob Gevorkyan
- Title: GRASPâ€”A New Search Algorithm for Satisfiability
- March 8
- Daniel Frishberg
- Title: Hierarchical clustering: objective functions and algorithms
- March 15
- Hadi Khodabandeh
- Title: Stable fractional matchings
- Ramtin Afshar
- Title: Graph Reconstruction and Verification

See also the ACO seminar (Thursdays 2-3).