Winter Combinatorics Meeting

Wednesday 20th February 2019

After a two-year break, the eighteenth Winter Combinatorics Meeting will take place in Milton Keynes on Wednesday 20th February 2019. All are welcome -- admission is free and registration is not required. 

Keynote speaker

  • Mathilde Bouvel, University of Zürich: Limit shapes of permutations avoiding patterns

Early-career speakers

  • Natalie Behague, Queen Mary, University of London: Semi-perfect 1-factorizations of the hypercube
  • Matthew Coulson, University of Birmingham: A rainbow Dirac's theorem
  • Alberto Espuny Díaz, University of Birmingham: Edge correlations in random regular hypergraphs
  • John Haslegrave, University of Warwick: Spanning surfaces in 3-uniform hypergraphs
  • Rachel Kirsch, London School of Economics: Many cliques with few edges
  • David Marchant, The Open University: The growth of the Möbius function on the permutation poset
  • Fiona Skerman, Uppsala Universitet: Random tree recursions: which fixed points correspond to tangible sets of trees?

It's a bit late, but you can still come

Attendance is free and registration is not required, but we have already finalised numbers for catering. If you want to come, you are welcome to (though we'd appreciate it if you'd let us know), but please promise not to drink the coffee!

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