Algebraic Combinatorics (IM3) 
Org: Mike Zabrocki (York, Canada) 

Tuesday June 13 
10:20  10:45  Carolina Benedetti (York University, Fields Institute), Noncrossing and Nonnesting polytopes, ENG101 
10:50  11:15  Laura Colmenarejo (York University, Fields Institute), A quantum Murnaghan Nakayama rule for Schubert polynomials., ENG101 
11:20  11:45  Adriano Garsia (UC San Diego), Science Fiction and Macdonald Polynomals, ENG101 
11:50  12:15  Rosa Orellana (Dartmouth College), Pieri rules for symmetric group characters, ENG101 
12:20  12:45  Marino Romero (UC San Diego), On the Delta Conjecture at $q=1$, ENG101 

Algorithmic Game Theory (IM6) 
Org: Brendan Lucier (Microsoft Research) 

Wednesday June 14 
10:20  10:45  Hu Fu (University of British Columbia), The power of Bayesian incentive compatible auctions for revenue maximization, ENG101 
10:50  11:15  Renato Paes Leme (Google), Oblivious Dynamic Mechanism Design, ENG101 
11:20  11:45  Chaitanya Swamy (University of Waterloo), Signaling in Bayesian ZeroSum and NetworkRouting Games, ENG101 
11:50  12:15  Adrian Vetta (McGill University), Modern Auction Design: Combinatorial Aspects, ENG101 
12:20  12:45  Matt Weinberg (Princeton University), A Duality Based Unified Approach to Bayesian Mechanism Design, ENG101 

Arithmetic Combinatorics (IM7) 
Org: Pablo Candela (Universidad AutÃ³noma de Madrid) 

Wednesday June 14 
15:20  15:45  Thomas Bloom (University of Bristol), Mixed additive structure and applications, ENG101 
15:50  16:15  Neil Lyall (University of Georgia), Geometric Ramsey Theory, ENG101 
16:20  16:45  Alex Rice (University of Rochester), Extending the Best Known Bounds for the FurstenbergS\'ark\"ozy Theorem, ENG101 
16:50  17:15  George Shakan (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), On the sum of dilations of a set, ENG101 
17:20  17:45  Ana ZumalacÃ¡rregui (University of New South Wales), Threshold functions and Poisson convergence for systems of equations in random sets, ENG101 

Biological Networks (IM2) 
Org: Elena Dimitrova (Clemson) 

Monday June 12 
15:20  15:45  Leonid Chindelevitch (Simon Fraser University), Metabolic networks: geometry, optimization, and complexity, ENG101 
15:50  16:15  Luay Nakhleh (Rice University), Phylogenetic Networks, ENG101 
16:20  16:45  Svetlana Poznanovik (Clemson University), The Structure of the Branching Polytopes for RNA Structures, ENG101 
16:50  17:15  Kris Vasudevan (University of Calgary), Brain network structure and dynamics: Mathematical modelling of epileptic seizures, ENG101 
17:20  17:45  Nora Youngs (Colby College), Neural ideals and stimulus space visualization, ENG101 

Convex Geometry (IM9) 
Org: Sinai Robins (University of SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil) 

Thursday June 15 
10:20  10:45  Karoly Bezdek (kbezdek@ucalgary.ca), The KneserPoulsen conjecture for uniform contractions, ENG101 
10:50  11:15  Antoine Deza (McMaster University), Lattice polytopes with large diameter and many vertices, ENG101 
11:20  11:45  Dmitry Faifman (University of Toronto), The polytope algebra inside the space of generalized valuations, ENG101 
11:50  12:15  Alexander Kolpakov (University of Toronto), Triangulations of surfaces and conjugacy classes in the modular group, ENG101 
12:20  12:45  Quang Nhat Le (Brown University), Counting lattice points inside a ddimensional polytope via Fourier analysis, ENG101 

Extremal Combinatorics (IM10) 
Org: Sergey Norine (McGill) 

Thursday June 15 
15:20  15:45  Joonkyung Lee (Oxford), Finite reflection groups and graph norms, ENG101 
15:50  16:15  Allan Siu Lun Lo (University of Birmingham), Designs beyond quasirandomness, ENG101 
16:20  16:45  Jan Volec (McGill), Minimum number of edges that occur in odd cycles, ENG101 
16:50  17:15  Liana Yepremyan (Oxford), Supersaturation result for linear cycles in linear hypergraphs, ENG101 

Locality in Coding Theory (IM5) 
Org: Parikshit Gopalan (VMWare) 

Tuesday June 13 
15:20  15:45  Parikshit Gopalan (VMWare), Locally Recoverable Codes, ENG101 
15:50  16:15  Ankit Rawat (MIT), MDS Codes with Small Subpacketization and Nearoptimal Repair Bandwidth, ENG101 
16:20  16:45  Sivakanth Gopi (Princeton), 2Server PIR with subpolynomial communication, ENG101 
16:50  17:15  Swastik Kopparty (Rutgers), Locallytestable and locallycorrectable codes approaching the GilbertVarshamov bound, ENG101 
17:20  17:45  Alexander Barg (UMD), MDS codes with optimal regeneration, ENG101 

Matroids (IM4) 
Org: Peter Nelson (Waterloo) 

Tuesday June 13 
10:20  10:45  Joe Bonin (George Washington University), MinorClosed Classes of Polymatroids, ENG102 
10:50  11:15  Rong Chen (Fuzhou University), Infinitly many excluded minors for frame matroids and for liftedgraphic matroids, ENG102 
11:20  11:45  Jim Geelen (University of Waterloo), Toward computable bounds for Rota's Conjecture, ENG102 
11:50  12:15  Tony Huynh (UniversitÃ© Libre de Bruxelles), Extension Complexity of Matroid Polytopes, ENG102 
12:20  12:45  Mike Newman (University of Ottawa), Matroid classes with many excluded minor, ENG102 

Structural Graph Theory (IM1) 
Org: Luke Postle (Waterloo) 

Monday June 12 
10:20  10:45  Marthe Bonamy (LaBRI), Decomposition into a stable set and a kdegenerate graph, ENG101 
10:50  11:15  Guantao Chen (Georgia State University), Goldberg's Conjecture and Tashkinov Trees, ENG101 
11:20  11:45  Zdenek Dvorak (Charles University), Thinness of graph classes and approximation algorithms, ENG101 
11:50  12:15  Dan Kral (University of Warwick), Coloring graphs drawn in the plane, ENG101 
12:20  12:45  ChunHung Liu (Princeton University), Halfintegrally packing topological minors, ENG101 

The Cap Set Problem (IM8) 
Org: Dion Gijswijt (TU Delft) 

Wednesday June 14 
15:20  15:45  Henry Cohn (Microsoft Research New England and MIT), On cap sets and the grouptheoretic approach to matrix multiplication, ENG102 
15:50  16:15  Jordan S. Ellenberg (University of Wisconsin), Sumsets as Unions of Sumsets of Subsets, ENG102 
16:20  16:45  LÃ¡szlÃ³ M. LovÃ¡sz (MIT), A tight bound for Green's arithmetic triangle removal lemma, ENG102 
16:50  17:15  Eric Naslund (Princeton University), The multislice rank method and exponential upper bounds for the Erd\"{o}sGinzburgZiv constant, ENG102 
17:20  17:45  PÃ©ter P. Pach (Budapest University of Technology and Economics), Polynomials and progressionfree sets, ENG102 