Archive for the ‘puzzlers’ Category

Did you know this is the last day of CS Education Week? The creators of this event are highly engaged in bringing Computer Science to more high schools — in many states, CS is not given full consideration in the curriculum and this is shocking to me given that children are using computers not much later than […]

Two Talks Today


I got to see a couple of good talks today by other students at Waterloo. First, my roommate Igor gave his Master’s thesis presentation. His talk was centered around finding dominating sets in Kneser graphs, and generalizations. Many of his results were summarized in a table regarding upper and lower bounds. A single entry of […]