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Events and Talks

In addition to our department-wide events and colloquia, different research areas in the Department of Mathematics hosts regular seminars.

Learn more about our seminars.

11
NOV

Colloquium: Mohamed Elewoday, West Virginia University

4:30 pm- 5:20 pm / Virtual

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02
DEC

Colloquium: Jerzy Wojciechowski, West Virginia University

4:30 pm- 5:20 pm / Virtual

A typical example of a finitary matroid is a subset of a vector space over some field together with the structure of linear independence. The Conjecture says that given two finitary matroids on the same ground-set there exists a subset that is independent in both matroids and that can be partitioned into two sets such that each element of the ground-set is either spanned by the first set in the first matroid or by the second set in the second matroid.