ICS Theory Group

ICS 269, Winter 1996: Theory Seminar

The theory group meets Fridays at 1:00 in the CS 432 conference room.
This quarter's schedule:

5 Jan: David Eppstein: The parity of the number of spanning trees in a graph
12 Jan: George Lueker: Modular decomposition
19 Jan: Vitus Leung: Scheduling with conflicts, and applications to traffic signal control
26 Jan: Steve Seiden: A randomized algorithm for three machine scheduling
2 Feb: Sandy Irani: Report from SODA '96
9 Feb: Dan Halem: Data compression techniques for stock market prediction
16 Feb: Marek Chrobak: Randomized paging algorithms
23 Feb: Mike Dillencourt: Thrackles
1 Mar: Jason Cahill: Generating triangulations without repetititions
8 Mar: Brad Hutchings: Fairly recent results about triangulations
15 Mar: Joseph Wang: Multiprocessor scheduling with rejection

Other theory-related events this quarter:

16 Jan: Deadline for submissions to SPAA '96.
22 Jan: ICS distinguished speaker series: Codes, Keys and Conflicts: Issues in U.S. Crypto Policy. Susan Landau, U. Mass. McDonnell Douglas Auditorium. Refreshments 10:30-11:00, talk 11:00-12:00.
28-30 Jan: SODA '96, Atlanta.
1 Feb: Theory Day, Paderborn.
22-24 Feb: STACS '96 (Symp. Theoretical Aspects of Comp. Sci.), Grenoble.

Other quarters' theory seminars

Theory Seminar, David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine.