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Event |

2/2 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Vashek Chvatal, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Sylvester's conjecture in metric spaces 4:30pm (* Please note new time), CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/4 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Mathematical Support for Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: Joe Naus, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Multiple sequence scan statistics with applications to molecular biology 2:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/5 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Massive Data Sets SeminarSpeaker: Vadim Mottl, Tula State University, RussiaTitle: Massive data set analysis in seismic explorations for oil and gas within crystalline basement interval 2:50pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/6 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Reconnecting Two-Year College Faculty to the Mathematical Sciences Enterprise(final workshop in the two day series) See: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/twoday/1998/ DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

2/6 | Rutgers University | As part of DIMACS Reconnecting Two-Year College Faculty to the Mathematical Sciences Enterprise(final workshop in the two day series) Speaker: Fred S. Roberts, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Multiple sequence scan statistics with applications to molecular biology 10:15am, DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

2/8-2/10 | Rutgers University | Workshop: Large Scale Discrete Optimization in LogisticsSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Logistics/ DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

2/9 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Aravind Srinivasan, Bell LaboratoriesTitle: Improved bounds and algorithms for hypergraph two-coloring 4:30pm, CoRE A, (3rd floor of CoRE, under DIMACS lounge), Rutgers University |

2/10 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: A.V. FinkelsteinTitle: 3D Protein Folds: How Homologs Can Help to Predict the Unpredictable 4:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/12 | Princeton University | Princeton - DIMACS Theory Seminar (theory lunch)Speaker: Dan Spielman, MITTitle: Spectral Partitioning Works: Planar graphs and finite element meshes lunch will be served at 11:45am; talk begins at 12:05pm, Computer Science Building, Room 402, 35 Olden Street, Princeton University |

2/16 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Networks SeminarSpeaker: Fabian Chudak, IBM Watson Research CenterTitle: Improved approximation algorithms for capacitated facility location problems 2:30pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/16 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Meir Katchalski, The Technion, HaifaTitle: Common transversals for planar families of convex sets 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

2/17 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: S. Rackovsky, Mount Sinai School of MedicineTitle: Codes and signals in Proteins 2:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/18 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Ehud Friedgut, IASTitle: On the number of permutations avoiding a given pattern 1:30pm, Fine Hall, Room 214, Princeton University |

2/18 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Large Scale Discrete Optimization Distinguished LectureSpeaker: Leonard Schulman, Georgia TechTitle: Clustering for Edge-Weight Minimization 3:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/19 | Princeton University | Princeton - DIMACS Theory Seminar (theory lunch)Speaker: Mikkel Thorup, AT&T LAbs - ResearchTitle: Fully-dynamic Graph Algorithms lunch will be served at 11:45am; talk begins at 12:05pm, Computer Science Building, Room 402, 35 Olden Street, Princeton University |

2/23 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Jozsef Beck, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Anti-Ramsey Theorems 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

2/25 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Van Vu, IASTitle: On some new applications for the semi-random (or nibble) method 1:30pm, Fine Hall, Room 214, Princeton University |

2/25 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: Craig Nevill-Manning, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Protein is incompressible 2:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

2/27-2/28 | Scottsdale, AZ | Leadership Program Followup SessionSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/lp/institutes Sonoran Sky Elementary School, Scottsdale, AZ |

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