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Date |
Location |
Event |

2/6 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math Seminar Speaker: Noga Alon, IAS and Tel Aviv UniversityTopic: The Shannon Capacity of a Union 11:00 am, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

2/11 | Rutgers University | DIMACS SeminarSpeaker: Meera Sitharam, Kent State UniversityTopic: Modeling and Algorithmics for Geometric Constraints and Noncooperative Network Environments 1:00pm, DIMACS, Rutgers University, CoRE Building Room 431 |

2/13 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Michael Krivelevich, Institute for Advanced StudyTopic: List coloring of random graphs 11:00 am, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

2/18 | Rutgers University | WINLAB SeminarSpeaker: Konrad Wrona, WINLAB, Rutgers UniversityTopic: Information Security in Mobile Communications Systems 1:00pm, WINLAB Conference Room (102), Rutgers University |

2/18 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Seminar in Math and CS in BiologySpeaker: Dr. Kenneth M. Halanych, Center for Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Rutgers UniversityTopic: Assessing Phylogenetic Signal and Evolutionary Patterns Across Metazoan Phyla 3:00pm, 431 DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Busch Campus, Rutgers University |

2/20 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: David Wilson, Institute of Advanced ResearchTitle: TBA 11:00 am, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

2/20 | Princeton University | Princeton Dimacs Seminar (Theory Lunch)Speaker: Ran Raz, Weizmann Institute, Israel(co-author: Pierre McKenzie, Universit\'e de Montr\'eal, Canada) 12:05pm, Room 401, CS Building, Princeton University |

2/24 | Bell Labs, Murray Hill | DIMACS Seminar on NetworksSpeaker: John Byers, International Computer Science Institute and University of California, BerkeleyTopic: A Digital Fountain Approach to Reliable Distribution of Bulk Data 11:00 AM, 2C-528, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ For directions see http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Directions/Directions3.html |

2/26 | Bell Labs, Murray Hill | DIMACS Seminar on NetworksSpeaker: Andrea W. Richa, Carnegie Mellon UniversityTopic: New Approximation Techniques for Some Ordering Problems 10:30 AM, 2C-528, Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ For directions see http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Directions/Directions3.html |

2/27 | AT&T Labs, Florham Park, NJ | DIMACS Seminar on NetworksSpeaker: Bruce Maggs, Carnegie Mellon UniversityTopic: Multibutterflies: The New King of the Hill Among Multistage Networks 11:00 AM, Room D102, AT&T Labs-Research, Florham Park, NJ For directions see http://www.research.att.com/directions/FP.html |

2/27 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Alexander Schrijver, CWI and University of AmsterdamTopic: Counting and finding 1-factors in regular bipartite graphs 11.00am in Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

2/28-3/1 | Scottsdale, AZ | Leadership Program in Discrete Mathematics follow-up sessionPlace: Sonoran Sky Elementary School, Scottsdale, Arizona Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm |

2/28-3/1 | Princeton University | Workshop: Design for Values: Ethical and Social Dimensions of Information TechnologySee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Ethical/ Princeton University, Department of Computer Science |

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