# Research Seminar (Winter Term 2017)

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## Organizers

## Description

A series of talks on current research and interesting topics in algorithm engineering and theoretical computer science. Everyone is welcome to attend talks.

If you want to give a talk about a topic in algorithm engineering or theoretical computer science, please write an e-mail to Prof. Tobias Friedrich or to Ralf Rothenberger.

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## Talks (click on title to show abstract)

Date | Room | Speaker | Title |
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17.11. 11:00 | A-1.1 | Jonathan Striebel | Towards a Systematic Evaluation of Generative Network Models |

28.11. 13:30 | A-1.1 | Andreas Göbel | On the connection between interval size functions and path counting |

19.01. 11:00 | A-1.1 | Vanja Doskoc | Confident Iterative Learning in Computational Learning Theory |

26.01. 10:30 | A-2.1 | Jose-Manuel Velasco | Adapting Singular Spectrum Analysis to Noisy Evolutionary Search and Graceful Scaling. Application to the prediction of glucose-insulin interaction. |

29.01. 15:15 | H-E.51 | Pascal Lenzner | On the Tree Conjecture for the Network Creation Game |

14.02. 13:30 | A-1.1 | Cedric Freiberger | Progress Report - Master thesis about the Louvain Algorithm |

26.02. 10:30 | A-1.2 | Jordi Levy | Locality and Similarity in Industrial SAT Instances |

06.03. 11:00 | A-1.1 | Katrin Casel | Resolving Conflicts for Lower-Bounded Clustering |

14.03. 11:00 | A-2.1 | Viktor Bindewald | Fault-tolerant Assignment Problems |