| 22nd January
|| John Cohn Royal Holloway
The Diophantine Equation x^n=Dy^2+1
| 29th January
|| Darryn Bryant Queensland
Very small embeddings of some partial Steiner triple systems
| 5th February
|| Mirna Dzamonja UEA
The universality problem and some set-theoretic techniques applied to
problems in others branches of mathematics
| 12th February
|| Jonathan Farley Oxford
Posets with the Same Number of Order Ideals of Each Cardinality: a problem
from Stanley's "Enumerative Combinatorics"
| 19th February
|| Geraint Price Royal Holloway
Belief and trust in fault tolerance
| 26th February
|| Leonard Soicher Queen Mary |
SOMAs: generalizations of mutually orthogonal Latin squares
| 5th March
|| Florian Hess Bristol |
An efficient identity based signature scheme based on the Weil pairing
| 12th March
|| Malwina Luczak Cambridge |
Building uniform subtrees of a Cayley tree
| 19th March
|| Kenny Paterson Royal Holloway |
Universal cycles: de Bruijn and beyond
This page lists this term's Pure Mathematics Seminars. All are welcome. All seminars will take place in the McCrea Building, Room 219, at 4.00pm. Tea is served before the seminar at 3.30 in Room 237 of the McCrea Building.
The college is on the A30 about a mile south-west of Egham. The nearest station is Egham on the Waterloo--Reading line; see Railtrack for timetable information. Buses from the top of Station Road (Nos 41, 43, 441 and 500) stop at the College. See the College web page for maps and more detailed directions.
Previous seminar programmes are still on the web.