## Euclidean Ramsey Theory 2 – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Euclidean Ramsey Theory 2 (of 3).

Lecturer: David Conlon.

Date: November 25, 2016.

Main Topics: Ramsey implies spherical, an algebraic condition for spherical, partition regular equations, an analogous result for edge Ramsey.

Definitions: Spherical, partition regular.

Lecture 1 – Lecture 2 – Lecture 3

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## Dual Ramsey, an introduction – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Dual Ramsey, the Gurarij space and the Poulsen simplex 1 (of 3).

Lecturer: Dana Bartošová.

Date: December 12, 2016.

Main Topics: Comparison of various Fraïssé settings, metric Fraïssé definitions and properties, KPT of metric structures, Thick sets

Definitions: continuous logic, metric Fraïssé properties, NAP (near amalgamation property), PP (Polish Property), ARP (Approximate Ramsey Property), Thick, Thick partition regular.

Lecture 1 – Lecture 2 – Lecture 3

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## The Hrushovski extension property – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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## Bootcamp 1 – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

The following notes are from the Ramsey DocCourse in Prague 2016. The notes were taken and edited by myself and Michael Kompatscher. In the process we may have introduced some errors; email us or comment below and we will happily fix them.

Title: Bootcamp 1 – Informal meeting.

Lecturer: Jaroslav Nešetřil.

Date: September 20, 2016.

Main Topics: Overview over the topics of the DocCourse; classical result in Ramsey theory

Definitions: Arrow notation, Ramsey numbers, arithmetical progression

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## Bootcamp 2 – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Bootcamp 2 (of 8)

Lecturer: Jaroslav Nešetřil.

Date: September 21, 2016.

Main Topics: The Rado graph, homogeneous structures, universal graphs

Definitions: Language, structures, homomorphisms, embeddings, homogeneity, universality, Rado graph (Random graph),…

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## Introduction to the KPT correspondence 3 – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Introduction to the KPT correspondence 3 (of 3).

Lecturer: Lionel Ngyuen Van Thé.

Date: November 18, 2016.

Main Topics:

Definitions: Expansion property,

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## Introduction to the KPT Correspondence 2 – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Introduction to the KPT correspondence 2 (of 3).

Lecturer: Lionel Ngyuen Van Thé.

Date: November 16, 2016.

Main Topics: Computing universal minimal flows, $M(S_\infty)$, why precompactness is important.

Definitions: Minimal flow, universal flow, Logic action, $G$-equivariant.

Lecture 1 – Lecture 2 – Lecture 3

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## Topological dynamics and Ramsey classes – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Topological dynamics and Ramsey classes.

Lecturer: Lionel Ngyuen Van Thé.

Date: November 14, 2016.

Main Topics: Proof of KPT correspondence between extreme amenability and ramsey class.

Definitions: Topological group, $S_\infty$, $d_R, d_L$, Polish group, ultrametric, $G$-flow, extreme amenability.

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## Fractional Hedetniemi’s conjecture and Chromatic Ramsey number – Ramsey DocCourse Prague 2016

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Title: Fractional Hedetniemi’s conjecture and Chromatic Ramsey number

Lecturer: Xuding Zhu

Date: November 9, 2016

Main Topics: Chromatic Ramsey numbers, lower bound for them, Hedetniemi’s conjecture, fractional Hedetniemi’s conjecture.

Definitions: $\rho$-Ramsey number, $\chi$-Ramsey number, wreath product, product graph, graph homomorphism, fractional chromatic number

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## The first dynamical system; Random Number Theory – Ramsey Doccourse Prague 2016

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Title: The first dynamical system; and Random Number Theory

Lecturer: Carl Pomerance

Date: November 8, 2016

Main Topics: Chains with $\sigma$, distribution of primes, randomness in math

Definitions: Amicable, Perfect, Abundant, Deficient

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