# Presentations

- The New World of Infinite Random Geometric Graphs, Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium, Dalhousie University, Halifax.
- Connecting the dots: communicating mathematics in the 21st century, CMN600 - Science, Communication & Society course at Ryerson University.
- Enemies of enemies are friends: the ILAT model for social networks, JMM'18, San Diego.
- Graph searching and probabilistic methods, Computer Science seminar, Purdue University.
**2017** - The New World of Infinite Random Geometric Graphs,CRM-ISM Colloquium, Universite Laval.
- Graph searching and probabilistic methods, PIMS-UManitoba Distinguished Lecture.
- Burning spiders and path forests, Combinatorics Series seminar, University of Manitoba.
- Burning spiders and path forests, Discrete Math seminar, University of Rhode Island.
- Modelling, mining, and searching networks, Applied Mathematics graduate seminar, Ryerson University.
- Topological directions in Cops and Robbers, 6th Graph Searching in Canada (GRASCan'17), Grenfell Campus, Memorial University.
- The geometry of social networks, Workshop on Random Geometric Graphs and Their Applications to Complex Networks, The Fields Institute.
- Games and Graphs: the Legacy of RJN, 6th Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference (CanaDAM'17), Ryerson University.
- Some topological questions/conjectures on Cops and Robbers, Open Problem session, 8th workshop on GRAph Searching, Theory & Applications (GRASTA), Anogia, Crete.
- Graph Searching Games and Probabilistic Methods, keynote lecture in 8th workshop on GRAph Searching, Theory & Applications (GRASTA), Anogia, Crete.
- Overprescribed Cops and Robbers, Graphs at Ryerson seminar.
**2016** - Isomorphism results for infinite random geometric graphs , Random Geometric Graphs and Their Applications to Complex Networks, BIRS, Alberta.
- Modelling, mining, and searching networks, Applied Mathematics graduate seminar, Ryerson University.
- The geometry of social networks, keynote lecture in 1st Symposium on Spatial Networks, Oxford University, UK.
- Mining and modelling character networks, Complex Networks Seminar, Queen Mary, University of London, UK.
- Overprescribed Cops and Robbers, Graph Searching in Canada (GRASCan'16), Dalhousie University, Halifax.
- The New World of Infinite Random Geometric Graphs, plenary lecture, East Coast Combinatorics Conference (ECCC), Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax.
- Conjectures on Cops and Robbers Games on Graphs, University of Iceland, Mathematics Seminar.
- The game of Zombies and Survivors played on graphs, SIAM DM'16, Atlanta.
- Conjectures on Cops and Robbers 2.0, Graphs at Ryerson Seminar, Ryerson University, and at University of Ottawa.
**2015** - Dimension matching in Facebook and LinkedIn networks, ICMCE'15, V.I.T. University, Chennai, India. and ICC3, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.
- Cops and Robbers played on graphs, Stella Maris College, Chennai, India.
- Graduate Seminar, Fall 2015.
- A probabilistic version of the game of Zombies and Survivors played on graphs, 7th Graph Searching, Theory and Applications (GRASTA), Montreal.
- The game of Zombies and Survivors played on graphs, CMS Summer Meeting, Session on Graphs, Designs and Hypergraphs.
- How to burn a graph, 3rd Canadian Graph Searching (GRASCan'15) workshop.
- Don't be dense, try hypergraphs!, Graphs@Ryerson seminar.
- Independence densities of hypergraphs, York University Discrete Mathematics Seminar.
**2014** - Burning a graph as a model of social contagion, 11th Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph, Beijing.
- Burning a graph as a model of social contagion, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.
- Dimension matching in Facebook and LinkedIn networks, University of Toronto, Seminar on Social Networks, Big Data, Influence, and Decision-Making.
- The Robber strikes back, SIAM Discrete Mathematics meeting, Minneapolis.
- Independence densities of hypergraphs, CMS Summer meeting, Winnipeg.
- Dimension matching in Facebook and LinkedIn networks, University of Delaware, Discrete Mathematics Seminar.
- Conjectures on Cops and Robbers, 2014 Joint Mathematics Meeting, AMS Special Session
on My Favorite Graph Theory Conjectures, Baltimore.
**2013** - Six dimensions of separation in social networks, Computational Intelligence, Cyber Security & Computational Models (ICC3), Coimbatore, India.
- Master's Seminar, 2013
- Six dimensions of separation in social networks, Science Atlantic 36th Mathematics, Statistics, & Computer Science Conference, Charlottetown.
- The logarithmic dimension hypothesis, 17th INFORMS APS Meeting, Costa Rica.
- The length of vertex pursuit games,
18th Coast Combinatorics Conference, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
**2012** - Master's Seminar, 2012
- Cops and Robbers: Directions and Generalizations 5th Workshop on GRAph Searching, Theory and Applications, BIRS, Banff, October 2012. Watch the presentation.
- The Logarithmic Dimension Hypothesis MITACS International Problem Solving Workshop, Vancouver, July 2012.
- Seepage in directed acyclic graphs,
SIAMDM'12, Halifax, June 2012.

Some presentations from the invited minisymposium "Cops and Robber Games on Graphs":

Andrew Beveridge, Cops and Robbers on Geometric Graphs

Shannon Fitzpatrick, Cops and Scared Robber

Pawel Pralat, Chasing Cops on Random Graphs - What is left to do on Cops and Robbers? GRASCan'12, Toronto, May 2012.
- Vertex pursuit in hierarchical social networks, TAMC'12, Beijing, China, May 2012.

**2018**

**2011**

- The game of Cops and Robbers on graphs, ICMCM'11, Coimbatore, India, December 19-21.
- Seepage as a model for counter-terrorism, CMS Winter meeting, Toronto, December 12.
- Complex Networks and their Models, Mathematics Graduate Seminar, Ryerson University, October 13.
- Random cop-win graphs, Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference (CanaDAM) 2011, University of Victoria, May 31.
- Almost all cop-win graphs contain a universal vertex, 15th International Conference on Random Structures and Algorithms (RSA'11), Emory University, May 27.

**2010**

- The geometric protean model for on-line social networks, 7th Workshop on Algorithms and Models for the Web Graph (WAW 2010), Stanford University, December 16.
- Graduate Seminar, Ryerson, October 21.
- A short course on complex networks,