We hope that the following provides answers to questions you may have
about the ePCC seminar!
If you have a question that is not answered here, please do not
hesitate to contact one of the organisers, whose contact
details are on the right-hand side of
Who is the ePCC seminar series for?
For PhD students and postdocs working in all areas of combinatorics,
discrete mathematics and complexity theory.
Does my talk have to contain new results?
No - talks that present partial results or provide an introduction to / survey of
an area are also encouraged!
How long must my talk be?
Ideally a talk should last at least 20 minutes, and we welcome talks of up to an hour in length.
Will my talk be recorded?
We will ask whether you would like your talk to be recorded and
whether you would like the recording to be published.
Where can the recording of my talk be found?
Given your permission, we will host a recording of your talk
on the ePCC seminar YouTube channel