GEMS (February 2, 2019)
Speaker: Michael Orrison, Harvey Mudd College
Topic: Graph Theory, Part I

Abstract: On the surface, graphs seem to be some of the simplest objects you might encounter in mathematics. After all, they are made up of just two kinds of parts, vertices and edges, and those parts fit together in simple ways. But appearances can be deceiving! In this series of two workshops, we’ll explore several surprising facts about graphs. Along the way, we’ll see how graphs arise in a variety of settings, and how they give rise to many challenging but worthwhile problems.

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