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Date | Location | Event |
3/4-3/6 | Albuquerque, NM | Workshop: 2nd Sandia National Laboratories Workshop on Computational Molecular Biology See: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Events/Workshops/ComMolecBio/index.html Albuquerque Hilton, Albuquerque, NM |
3/5 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Discrete Math/Theory of Computing Seminar Speaker: Tom Bohman, Rutgers University Title: A Discrete Model for Crystal Growth in the Plane 4:30pm, DIMACS Seminar Room 431, CoRE Building, Rutgers University |
3/7 | Rutgers University | Reading Seminar in Algorithms Topic: The Geometry of Graphs and Some of its Algorithmic Applications 3:00-4:30pm, DIMACS Seminar Room 433, CoRE Building, Rutgers University |
3/9-3/10 | Rutgers University | Leadership Program in Discrete Mathematics See: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/lp/institutes Time: 9:00 - 4:00 Followup Program for K-12 Mathematics Teachers - Presentations and workshops by college faculty - Classroom experience reports - Discrete mathematics in the schools Place: SERC Building at Rutgers, Busch Campus Special Presentation: Time: 12:45 p.m. Saturday Chaos in Science and Choreography by Geulah Abrams Dance Troupe Place: Busch Campus Center |
3/11 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Distinguished Lecture Series Speaker: Stephen A. Cook, University of Toronto Title: Finding Hard Instances for the Satisfiability Problem 9:00am, CoRE Building Lecture Hall, 1st Floor, Busch Campus, Rutgers University Continental Breakfast, 8:20am, DIMACS, 4th Floor CORE |
3/11-3/13 | Rutgers University | Workshop: The Satisfiability Problem: Theory and Applications See: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Satisfiability/index.html DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |
3/15 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Logic and Algorithms Seminar Speaker: Rohit Parikh, CUNY Title: Belief Revision and Language Splitting 2:30pm, DIMACS Seminar Room 431, CoRE Building, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |
3/19 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Discrete Math/Theory of Computing Seminar Speaker: Raphael Wenger, Ohio State University Title: Constructing Piecewise Linear Homeomorphisms 4:30pm, DIMACS Seminar Room 431, CoRE Building, Rutgers University |
3/21 | Rutgers University | Reading Seminar in Algorithms Topic: Balanced Cuts in Planar Graphs 3:00-4:30pm, DIMACS Seminar Room 433, CoRE Building, Rutgers University |
3/22 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Distinguished Lecture Series Speaker: Edmund M. Clarke, Carnegie Mellon University Title: Model Checking and Symmetry 11:00am, CoRE Building Lecture Hall, Busch Campus, Rutgers University |
3/22 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Seminar on Math and CS in Biology Speaker: Ina Koch, Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing, German National Research Center for Information Technology Title: The Application of the Algorithm for Finding Maximal Common Subtopolgies to Protein Structures 1:30 pm (Note Unusual Time and date), DIMACS Conference Room 433, CoRE Building, Rutgers University |
3/25-3/28 | Rutgers University | Workshop: Computational and Complexity Issues in Automated Verification See: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/CCAV/index.html DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |
3/26 | Princeton University | DIMACS Seminar on Math and CS in Biology Speaker: Ina Koch, Institute for Algorithms and Scientific Computing, German National Research Center for Information Technology Title: An Algorithm for Finding Maximal Common Subtopologies in Protein Structures 11:00am, Computer Science Building, Room 402, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ |
3/26 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Discrete Math/Theory of Computing Seminar Speaker: Michael Albertson, Smith College Title: Symmetry breaking in graphs, or "How do you tell your keys apart?" 4:30pm, DIMACS, CoRE A (3rd floor, end of hall), CoRE Building, Rutgers University (NOTE ROOM CHANGE) |
3/29 | Princeton University | DIMACS Princeton Theory Lunch Seminar Speaker: Joe Kilian, NEC Research Title: Zero Knowledge and the Chromatic Number 12:05pm (lunch will be served at 11:45 AM), Room 402, Computer Science Building, 35 Olden St., Princeton University |