Today I gave a talk (actually, the first of two parts) in Mark Ward‘s informal seminar on Analytic Combinatorics at Purdue University. The abstract and additional resources can be found below.
Es war mir eine besondere Freude, heute in meiner ehemaligen Schule, dem BRG Viktring, einen Vortrag aus Mathematik vor den 7. Klassen halten zu dürfen. Die Vortragsfolien sind hier zu finden.
I’m currently in Athens at the summer school “Techniques in Random Discrete Structures”, where I am responsible for the exercise sessions. An overview over which exercises have already been dealt with, can be found here. The current versions of the three exercise sheets are available here: Exercises to Phase transitions in random structures (Amin Coja-Oghlan, Frankfurt) […]
I’m currently visiting my mentor Helmut Prodinger at Stellenbosch University in South Africa, and today I gave a talk in the local colloquium. My slides for the talk can be found here .
This week I gave a talk at the 2017 Meeting on Analytic Algorithmics and Combinatorics (ANALCO17). My slides can be found here.
Today I held an invited workshop on combinatorics and the symbolic method at the Mathematical Institute of Bonn University (Bonn, Germany) for alumni who received a “Hans-Riegel-Fachpreis“, a flyer for this event can be found here. The (german) slides and corresponding exercises can be found here (lecture slides) and here (exercises). This was a great opportunity, […]
Today I gave a talk at AEC Summerschool 2016 at JKU’s Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC) in Hagenberg, Austria. The slides can be found here .
On July 8 I gave a contributed talk on “The Register Function and Reductions of Binary Trees and Lattice Paths” at this years 27th edition of the International Conference on Probabilistic, Combinatorial and Asymptotic Methods for the Analysis of Algorithms (AofA’16), which took place in Kraków, Poland. My Slides can be found here.
Today I gave a talk at Stellenbosch University (South Africa) presenting my current research. The slides can be found here:
Recently I made some efforts to get a Jupyterhub instance with a SageMath kernel up and running on one of my servers — with success! 🙂 Actually, the installation is really not that difficult. Nevertheless, I want to write a few lines describing the troubles I ran into and my solutions. Installing Dependencies The dependencies […]