The Research Seminar is a weekly seminar with talks by group members and guests on recent results in combinatorial optimization, algorithm design and related fields. Everyone is very welcome. If you have suggestions for talks or wish to present your own interesting results, or if you would like to subscribe to the list for talk announcements, feel free to send an email to the organizer, Lukas Nölke, or stop by in the 3rd floor of MZH for a cup of coffee.
Usual location: MZH 3150
Usual time: Wednesday 10:30 am
Upcoming talks
June 20, 2017 Tuesday, 10:00 am 
Markus Jablonka (University of Bremen)
Oblivious Deterministic Maximization of Submodular Functions
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June 21, 2017 Wednesday, 9:30 am 
Ilya Chernykh (Novosibirsk State University)
Open Problems in Open Shop Routing

June 28, 2017  Jan Hackfeld (TU Berlin)

Past talks
May 31, 2017  Tim Güneysu (University of Bremen)
Challenges of Modern Cryptography

May 24, 2017  Franziska Eberle (University of Bremen)
Impressions of Erice 2017: Workshop
Graph Theory, Algorithms and Applications 4th Edition

May 10, 2017  Syamantak Das (University of Bremen)
Online and Approximation Algorithms for Scheduling and Network Design
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May 3, 2017  Nicole Megow (University of Bremen)
Online Resource Minimization
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March 1, 2017  Marek Adamczyk (University of Bremen)
When the Optimum is also Blind: A New Perspective on Universal Optimization
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February 14, 2017  Lukas Nölke (University of Paderborn)
Recent Developments in NowhereZero Flow Problems

December 21, 2016  Felix Fischer (University of Glasgow)
Truthful Outcomes from NonTruthful Position Auctions
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December 7, 2016  Andreas Tönnis (University of Bonn)
Online Algorithms with Random Order

November 29, 2016  Syamantak Das (University of Bremen)
A Colorful Routing Problem on Tree Networks
