Combinatorial & Algebraic Geometry Seminar
Combinatorial & Algebraic Geometry Seminar
List of Talks given in 200001
Monday, September 11  Stephanie van Willigenburg, Cornell University Descent algebras and fields of finite characteristic 

Monday, September 18  Harrison Tsai, Cornell University Dmodules on smooth toric varieties 

Monday, October 2  Thomas Zaslavsky, Binghamton University Perpendicular dissections, composed partitions and deformations of the braid arrangement 

Monday, October 23  Liana Sega, Purdue University Effective results for homology of powers of the maximal ideal 

Monday, October 30  Srikanth Iyengar, University of Sheffield (UK) Detecting smoothness of an algebraic variety 

Monday, November 6  Jonathan Farley, Vanderbilt University The StanleyNeggers conjecture and unimodality 

Monday, November 13  Kathryn Nyman, Cornell University Incidence numbers for line and pseudoline arrangements 

Monday, November 27  Xun Dong, University of Minnesota Topology of boundeddegree graph complexes 

Monday, January 29  Edward Swartz, Cornell University hvectors of independence complexes 

Monday, February 5  Edward Swartz, Cornell University hvectors of broken circuit complexes 

Monday, February 12  Nantel Bergeron, York University Pieri operators on graphs and Aguiar theory 

Monday, February 19  Christopher Francisco, Cornell University Hilbert functions and graded Betti numbers 

Monday, February 26  Matthias Beck, Binghamton University On Sperner's inequality and its generalizations 

Monday, March 5  Swapneel Mahajan, Cornell University Projection maps and shellings 

Monday, March 12  Marcelo Aguiar, University of Montreal (Canada) A universal approach to quasisymmetric generating functions 

Monday, April 2  Kenneth Brown, Cornell University Road coloring and semigroups: work of Budzban and Mukherjea 

Friday, April 6  Victor Reiner, University of Minnesota Local cohomology modules of StanleyReisner rings with supports in monomial ideals 

Monday, April 16  Konstantin Rybnikov, Cornell University Gain graphs, Schlegel diagrams and $C^{r1}_r$splines 

Monday, April 23  Vesselin Gasharov, Cornell University Polynomial rings with restricted powers of the variables 