CAAGT Seminar 2021-2022

For questions, please contact Carol Zamfirescu at Speakers are affiliated with Ghent University, unless explicitly stated otherwise.

Date Time Location Speaker Title
23/08/2021 15h00 - 15h20 Online talk Thomas Gringore
ENSTA Paris, France
Hamiltonian properties of planar graphs and their vertex-deleted subgraphs
01/09/2021 13h20 - 13h40 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Heidi Van den Camp Local Symmetry-preserving Operations preserve Polyhedrality of Embeddings
01/09/2021 14h00 - 15h00 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Vincent Benoot An algorithm for the generation of selfdual posets (in Dutch)
15/09/2021 14h00 - 15h00 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Steven Van Overberghe Generating polycyclic hydrocarbons with blueprint generation
28/10/2021 10h00 - 11h00 S9, Leszaal 3.2 Carol T. Zamfirescu Counting cycles in regular and planar graphs
12/11/2021 13h00 - 14h00 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Florian Vereecken Generation of plane 5-regular graphs with prescribed allowed face sizes
18/02/2022 10h00 - 11h30 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Gunnar Brinkmann 2-trees, hamiltonian cycles and Yutsis-decompositions
25/02/2022 15h00 - 16h00 Online talk Érika Roldán
TU München & EPFL, Germany/Switzerland
Art Gallery Problem with Rook and Queen Vision
20/04/2022 11h30 - 12h30 S9, Leszaal 3.2 Jarne Renders
KU Leuven, Belgium
On K2-hamiltonian graphs
23/05/2022 14h30 - 15h00 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Arne Botteldoorn Minimal blocking sets in small Desarguesian projective planes
23/05/2022 15h00 - 15h30 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Steven Van Overberghe Isomorphism-free enumeration of polycyclic hydrocarbons using blueprint generation
07/06/2022 10h00 - 10h45 S9, Leszaal 3.1 Jorik Jooken
KU Leuven, Belgium
Few hamiltonian cycles in graphs with one or two vertex degrees
07/06/2022 11h00 - 11h40 S9, Leszaal 3.1 Henri Bollaert A sufficient condition for spanning 2-trees in plane triangulations
23/06/2022 10h00 - 10h20 S9, Leszaal 3.1 Florian Vereecken Generation of plane 5-regular graphs with prescribed allowed face sizes
23/06/2022 10h20 - 10h40 S9, Leszaal 3.1 Gunnar Brinkmann Sketch of the construction of uniquely hamiltonian graphs using the Petersen graph
10/08/2022 10h00 - 11h00 S9, Leszaal 1.1 Gábor Wiener
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Hamiltonian cycles, hamiltonian paths, and spanning trees with few leave