Combinatorics-related Open Problems Seminar (CROPS)


An online seminar for presentation of open problems with combinatorial flavor. This includes problems within the field of Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science, Statistics, etc. Each of the talks at the CROP seminar aims to lead to new collaborations and obtaining of new results.


Organizers: Stoyan Dimitrov (ЕmailТoStoyan {at} gmail [dot] com), Sam Spiro (sas703 {at} scarletmail.rutgers.edu [dot] com)

Why present at CROPS? Do you have an exciting problem related to Combinatorics? Do you want to find other people to think about it? Don't wait until the next big conference! Contact the organizers and send an abstract to present your problem at CROPS.

Why attend CROPS? Are you looking for new projects, ideas, collaborators, or do you just want to hear about some interesting problems in Combinatorics? If so, you should attend our meetings!

Format, Mailing List and Time:

Format: The total duration of each talk (including questions) is not more than 30 minutes. Most of the talks are 10 to 20 minutes with a few minutes for questions at the end.

Join our mailing list: Subscribe here. You will receive only one email two days prior to each talk.

Time of the seminar [FALL 2022]: 12:15pm (Eastern Time, i.e., New York time) ; Usually, we meet between 5 and 10 times per semester.



Schedule FALL 2022 SEMESTER:


Problem 1:

Date: Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, 12:15pm (Eastern Time, i.e., New York time - usually GMT +5) Zoom Link

Speaker: Ishaan Shah, Rutgers University

Title:

Abstract: