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### A Rainbow Ramsey Analogue of Rado’s Theorem

**Algebra & Discrete Mathematics**

Speaker: | Reuben La Haye, UC Davis |

Location: | 3106 Math Science Building |

Start time: | Wed, Jun 1 2016, 10:00AM |

I will present a Rainbow Ramsey version of Richard Rado’s 1933 Ramsey-type theorem, as well as some corollaries. This is closely related to the classical Schur’s Theorem: For every k, if n is sufficiently large, every k-coloring of the starting segment of integers [n] = {1,2,...,n} contains a monochromatic solution to the equation x + y = z. Joint work with J.A. De Loera, A. Montejano, D. Oliveros and E. Roldan-Pensado

This is an Ph.D exit seminar