# Discrete Mathematics Seminars 2018-2019

### "Discrete Mathematics Seminars" is a series of seminars designed to promote discussion on recent advances and developments in Graph Theory and Design Theory. The meetings occur monthly from September, 2018 through May, 2019. They are hosted by the University of Brescia, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, University of Verona.

The poster with the names of the first three speakers is available here; a poster with the second group of three speakers is here; the third group of seminars is detailed here.

- 12 September 2018 2.30pm, DICATAM - Section of Mathematics, University of Brescia, Dr.
**Vahan Mkrtchyan**of University of Verona,“*Some research problems arising from hereditary classes of cubic graphs*”. - 19 October 2018 2.30pm, Department of Computer Science, University of Verona, Dr.
**Tommaso Traetta**of University of Padua,*"Differences of Bijections and Applications"*. - 20 November 2018 3.30pm, Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Dr.
**Emanuele Brugnoli**of Institute for Complex Systems CNR Roma, “*Graph clustering methods and community detection in online social networks. Are we living in a world of tribes*?”. - 14 December 2018, 3.30pm, DICATAM - Section of Mathematics, University of Brescia, Prof.
**Marco Buratti**of University of Perugia, "*Covering rings with gold and platinum*". - 11 January 2019, 2.30pm, Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Dr.
**Andrea Vietri**, "*Graceful polynominals: an introduction and a glance at the graceful tree conjecture*". - 13 February 2019, 2.30pm Department of Computer Science, University of Verona, Dr.
**Simone Costa,***"A tour problem on a toroidal chessboard".* - 14 March 2019, 3.00pm, DICATAM - Section of Mathematics, University of Brescia, Dr.
**Francesca Merola**of Roma Tre University "*Cycle decomposition of graphs*" - 9 April 2019, 3.00pm, Department of Physics, Informatics and Mathematics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Dr.
**Jan Goedgebeur**of University of Ghent (BE), “*Generation algorithms for solving mathematical and chemical problems*” - 10 May 2019, 3.00pm, Department of Computer science, University of Verona, Dr.
**John Baptist Gauci**of University of Malta, "*Super-connectivity and super-edge-connectivity of graphs*".

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