Adam Zsolt Wagner
Email: zawagne2 (at) illinois.edu
Office: Oil Chemistry Building 101
Research Interests: Graph Theory, Combinatorics
Advisor: Jozsef Balogh
Currently I am a visiting PhD student at the University of Cambridge.
CV (updated Mar 2016)
Teaching:
Publications:
 J. Balogh, S. Petrickova and A.Z. Wagner. "Families in posets minimizing the number of comparable pairs", submitted
 J. Balogh, S. Eberhard, B. Narayanan, A. Treglown and A.Z. Wagner. " An improved lower bound for Folkman's Theorem", submitted
 J. Balogh and A.Z. Wagner. "Kleitman's conjecture about families of given size minimizing the number of kchains", submitted
 A.Z. Wagner. "Large subgraphs in rainbowtriangle free colorings", Journal of Graph Theory, accepted
 J. Balogh and A.Z. Wagner. "On the number of unionfree families", Israel Journal of Mathematics, accepted
 J. Balogh, A. Treglown and A.Z. Wagner. "Applications of Graph Containers in the Boolean Lattice", RS&A, accepted
 J. Balogh and A.Z. Wagner. "Further applications of the Container Method", Recent Trends in Combinatorics. Springer International Publishing, 2016. 191213.
 Z.A.Wagner. "Cops and Robbers on diameter two graphs", Discrete Mathematics 338.3 (2015): 107109.
 Z.A.Wagner. "Pursuit on Graphs", Master's thesis, Cambridge (Note: there is a mistake in section 5, the proof given is wrong, but fixable using this paper)
Invited talks:
 Families with few kchains, University of Cambridge, seminar, 2017
 Families with few kchains, London School of Economics, seminar, 2017
 Families with few kchains, Freie Universitaet Berlin, seminar, 2017
 The Container Method: new developments, Iowa State University, seminar, 2016
 The Container Method: an overview, Illinois State University, seminar, 2016
 The Container Method: a tutorial, Birmingham Days of Combinatorics, Birmingham, 2016
 Applications of the Container Method, Kalamazoo, Combinatorics seminar, 2016
Contributed talks:
 Tutorial on the Container Method, Pittsburgh, RS&A, 2015  slides , writeup
 Cops and Robbers on Diameter Two Graphs, Connections in Discrete Mathematics, Vancouver, 2015  slides
