ystem, type C-h C-a.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic CAGS will be conducted in a hypbrid fashion; some talks will be virtual and given via Zoom and some (hopefully.!) will be given in person 12:30 -- 1:30 PM on Fridays in our Seminar room Exploratory Hall, room 4106. The room is equipped with white boards, and a projector. -- If you like to participate please send me, your devoted CAGS Chair, an email and I will try my best to schedule your talk. If you prefer to give a Zoom talk then I will send you a Zoom invitation. The virtual Seminar is at the same time at 12:30 -- 1:30 PM EST on Fridays through Zoom.
CAGS Chair: Geir Agnarsson
The CAGS is intended as an informal venue, where faculty members, graduate students, visitors from near and far can come and give informal talks on their research, interesting new topics, open problems or just share their thoughts/ideas on anything interesting relating to combinatorics, algebra and discrete geometry. Needless to say, all are welcome to attend, and those who want to give a talk, should email me Geir ("gagnarssREMOVETHIS the at sign gmu dot edu" of course, remove the string "REMOVETHIS" from this address!) the title and a short abstract. The talks should be no longer than 50 minutes long; leaving a few minutes for questions, comments and further discussions afterwards.
For other seminars and regular meetings, check our departmental Seminars & Colloquiums
February 25 (virtual)~
Canonical forms of neural ideals
March 11 (in person and zoom)~
Boundedly polyhedral sets and F-simplices
March 25 (in person and zoom)~
Promotion, rotation, and a web basis of invariant polynomials from noncrossing partitions
April 1 (in person and zoom)~
Arithmetic dynamics on character varieties
April 8 (in person and zoom)~
What makes a diagram commute?
Richard H. Hammack
April 22 (virtual)~
Parity property of hexagonal sliding puzzles