MIT combinatorics seminar

organizers:   Henry Cohn, Thomas McConville, Alex Postnikov, Mustazee Rahman, Asaf Ferber, Yufei Zhao

time:   Wednesday and Friday, 4:15 - 5:15 pm
refreshments at 3:30 pm in the math common room 2-290

location: Wednesday: MIT Room 2-135
Friday: MSR First Floor Conference Center

schedule:


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for visitors:
MIT: You can view an on-line map of MIT, highlighting building 2.
MSR: Microsoft Research is located at 1 Memorial Drive, two blocks from the MIT Mathematics Department along Memorial Drive towards the Longfellow Bridge. Upon arrival, please check-in at the lobby security desk (be prepared to show photo ID) and proceed up one floor. The conference room is located on the left past the reception desk.

for speakers:   Your talk should be approximately 1 hour.

PLEASE AIM TO MAKE IT ACCESSIBLE TO FIRST YEAR GRADUATE STUDENTS.

Our facilities are equipped with:

  • a large chalk/white board,
  • an overhead projector, and
  • a computer projector.
Speakers planning to use a computer projector must provide their own laptop and adapter, if necessary. Parking passes are available if you intend to arrive before 3 pm; please contact an organizer one week prior to your visit if you require a pass. Please send the organizers a title and a short abstract in plain text (no TeX/LaTeX) several weeks before your talk.

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last updated:  September 7, 2016