Upcoming talks

September 28th

Speaker: Soffia Arnadottir

Affiliation: University of Waterloo

Title: Strongly cospectral vertices, Cayley graphs and other things

Abstract: In this talk we will look at a connection between the number of pairwise strongly cospectral vertices in a translation graph (a Cayley graph of an abelian group) and the multiplicities of its eigenvalues. We will use this connection to give an upper bound on the number of pairwise strongly cospectral vertices in cubelike graphs.

 

October 5th 

Speaker: Brendan Rooney

 

October 12th 

No seminar. Happy Thanksgiving!

 

October 19th 

Speaker: Christopher van Bommel


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Previous talks

12. Paul Terwilliger – Leonard pairs, spin models, and distance-regular graphs.

11. Andriaherimanana Sarobidy Razafimahatratra – 2-intersecting families of permutations.

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Mahsa Nasrollahi Shirazi – Erdös-Ko-Rado theorem for 2-intersecting families of perfect matchings

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10. Eric Moorhouse – Projective Planes, Finite and Infinite

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9. William J. Martin – Scaffolds

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8. Bobae Johnson, August Liu, Malena Schmidt & Neo Yin – Laplacian Quantum Fractional Revival On Graphs

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7. Gabriel Coutinho – State transfer and the size of the graph

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6. David Roberson – What do graph planarity and homomorphism counts have to do with quantum mechanics?

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5. Harmony Zhan – Decomposing discrete quantum walks into continuous quantum walks

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4. Chris Godsil – Continuous Quantum Walks on Graphs

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3. Karen Meagher – Group Theory and the Erdős-Ko-Rado (EKR) Theorem

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2. Sebi Cioaba – Flip graph on perfect matchings of complete graphs and sign reversal graphs

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1. Max Levit – A covering graph perspective on Huang’s theorem

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