Graphs and groups
Friday 7 December 2018, 12:15pm to 4:00pm
This is the sixth meeting of the Research Group Functor Categories for Groups (FCG).
We shall focus on the interplay of graphs and groups, and how each of these structures can be used in the study of the other. Groups act on varied combinatorial structures and graphs in particular. On the other hand, given an abstract group, there are several ways to construct a graph associated to the group, such as π-products involution graphs, or commuting graphs. Recently, the approach of studying groups via associated graphs has been extended to hypergraphs, which leads to a useful generalisation of the theory.
Further details can be found here.
|Name||Dr Nadia Mazza|
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