$\vec{w}h\alpha\mathfrak{t}\;\; i\mathbb{S}\ldots$

a k-tensor?

Silas Rathke (FU Berlin)
2022/12/16, 13:00
Before the MATH+ Friday Colloquium by Prof. Lisa Sauermann (abstract, video recording)
TU Berlin, Hardenbergstraße 36 (directions)
Eugene-Paul-Wigner-Gebäude (EW), Lecture hall EW 201
In addition, the talk is live-streamed via zoom; the link has been sent out with the email announcements of this talk.
About what?

Don't Panic! $k$-Tensors are quite different to tensor products and I also won't write down any commutative diagram, I promise! Instead, $k$-tensors are used to answer questions in extremal combinatorics using linear algebra. We are going look at a beautiful proof for a surprising fact in extremal combinatorics and then try to generalize the main idea, which will lead us to $k$-tensors and its slice rank.