All times are UK summer time (BST).

Programme with the abstracts can be found here.

QMUL: All lectures will be in the Maths Lecture Theatre located in Mathematical Sciences building (building 4 on this map).

LSE: All lectures will be in the Sheikh Zayed Theatre located on the lower ground floor of the New Academic Building (NAB building on this map).

Wednesday 10 May

10:00 Tea/coffee
10:30 Carla Groenland (Utrecht University) 
Skipless chain decompositions and antichain saturation
11:20 Louis Theran (University of St Andrews)
Globally rigid graphs and maximum likelihood inference in Gaussian graphical models
12:10 Lunch break
13:40 Cécile Mailer (University of Bath)
Scaling limit of critical random trees in random environment
14:30 Thomas Bloom (University of Oxford)
Three-term arithmetic progressions: past, present, and future
15:20 Coffee break
15:50 Mihyun Kang (Graz University of Technology)
Isoperimetric inequalities and supercritical percolation on product graphs
16:40 Torsten Mütze (University of Warwick)
On Hamilton cycles in highly symmetric graphs

Thursday 11 May

Thursday timetable
09:30 Tea/coffee
10:00 Annika Heckel (Uppsala University)
The chromatic number of G(n, 1/2): bounds, concentration and conjectures
10:50 Robin Wilson (Open University)
A century of graph theory
11:35 Norman Biggs
12:00 Lunch break
13:15 Paul Seymour (Princeton University)
Bounded diameter tree-decompositions
14:05 Nina Kamčev (University of Zagreb)
Canonical colourings in random graphs
14:55 Coffee break
15:20 Guus Regts (University of Amsterdam)
The chromatic polynomial: complex zeros and computational complexity
16:10 Martin Anthony (LSE)
Probabilistic Modelling in Machine Learning: Combinatorial Parameters, Margin and Width
17:00 Reception