Nathan Linial (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Wednesday, 29.3.2017, 12:30
This is part of our ongoing effort to develop the field of high-dimensional combinatorics. The probabilistic method and the properties of random graphs, random trees, random permutations etc. play a central role in modern combinatorics. In this talk I will discuss some of our findings concerning the higher-dimensional counterparts of these objects.
My collaborators in these investigations are Zur Luria, Maya Dotan, and Michael Simkin