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Date |
Location |
Event |

3/2 | Princeton University | Princeton-DIMACS Theory Seminar (theory lunch)Speaker: Jon Kleinberg, Cornell UniversityTitle: Nearest Neighbor Search in High Dimensions Lunch served at 11:45am; talk begins at 12:05pm, Princeton University |

3/2 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Dorit Aharanov, DIMACS, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Fault Tolerant Quantum Computation 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

3/4 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Endre Szemeredi, Rutgers UniversityTitle: A hypergraph version of Dirac's theorem 1:30pm, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

3/4 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: Bud Mishra, New York UniversityTitle: NYU Computational Optical Mapping Project 2:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

3/6 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Research and Education Institute 1998 (DREI) Follow Up IISee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/drei/index.html DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

3/6-3/7 | Rutgers University | Workshop: Advances and Opportunities at the Biology/Math/Physical Sciences InterfaceSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/BiolMathComp Rutgers University, CoRE Building, Piscataway, NJ |

3/6-3/7 | Rutgers University | Leadership Program Followup SessionSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/lp/institutes Rutgers University, SERC Building, Piscataway, NJ |

3/9 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Mordecai Golin, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyTitle: Divide-and-Conquer Recurrences for Geometric Random Variables with Applications to Minimum Weight Triangulations 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

3/10 | Rutgers University | DIMACS SeminarSpeaker: Geza Toth, MITTitle: Geometric graphs with few disjoint edges 1:30 - 2:30pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

3/11 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Matt Devos, Princeton UniversityTitle: Chooseability for Ax=y 1:30pm, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

3/11 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Special Year on Molecular Biology SeminarSpeaker: Stephen J. Freeland, Princeton UniversityTitle: Has natural selection shaped the genetic code? 2:00pm, CoRE Building, Room 431, Rutgers University |

3/18 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: Jan Kratochvil, Charles University, PragueTitle: Chooseability with separation 1:30pm, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

3/19 | Rutgers University | Conference: Good Ideas in Teaching Precalculus ConferenceSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/precalc-conf Rutgers University, SERC Building, Piscataway, NJ |

3/21-3/23 | Rutgers University | Workshop: Large Scale Discrete Optimization in Robotics and VisionSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Robotics DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

3/23 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Jan Kratochvil, Charles University - PragueTitle: Graph Covers and the Channel Assignment Problem 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

3/25 | Princeton University | Princeton Discrete Math SeminarSpeaker: John Conway, Princeton UniversityTitle: The remarkable mathematics of some simple number-recreations 1:30pm, Fine Hall 214, Princeton University |

3/25-3/27 | Rutgers University | Workshop: Mobile Networks and ComputingSee: http://dmac.rutgers.edu/Workshops/Mobile/ DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ |

3/30 | Rutgers University | DIMACS Math-Theory of Computing Seminar Series PresentsSpeaker: Mike Saks, Rutgers UniversityTitle: Faster algorithms for k-CNF satisfiability 4:30pm, CoRE 431, Rutgers University |

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