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# Tag Archives: Natalia Maslova

## Moonlighting

In the last week of August, I attended for the first time a virtual conference. This was the 2020 Ural Workshop on Group Theory and Combinatorics, organised by Natalia Maslova at the Ural Federal University in Yekaterinburg and her colleagues. … Continue reading

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Tagged axial algebras, big Ramsey degrees, Deza graphs, dual Seidel switching, EPPA, Greenberg's theorem, Hardy fields, Helmut Wielandt, indivisibility, integral graphs, Latin cubes, Markov numnbers, Miguel Couciero, Natalia Maslova, profile, strongly 2-closed groups, surreal numbers, Thompson groups, twin-width
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