Videos of Talks Delivered in SLOANE75/OEIS50 DIMACS Conference on Challenges of
Identifying Integer Sequences
This exciting conference took place on October 9  10, 2014, and honored
guru Neil Sloane (b., Oct. 10, 1939) on his 75th birthday.
It took place at DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University
The Organizers were

Susanna Cuyler, The OEIS Foundation, susanna.cuyler (at) gmail.com

Eugene Fiorini, DIMACS, gfiorini (at) dimacs.rutgers.edu

Charles Greathouse, Case Western Reserve University, charles.greathouse (at) case.edu

Brian Nakamura, CCICADA, bnaka (at) dimacs.rutgers.edu

Lara Pudwell, Valparaiso University, Lara (dot) Pudwell (at) valpo (dot) edu

Vinay A. Vaishampayan, DIMACS, vavaishampayan at icloud.com

Doron Zeilberger, Rutgers University, zeilberg (at) math.rutgers.edu
All the videos below were produced and uploaded by Matthew Russell,
assisted by Shashank Kanade.
The Conference Program with links to the videos of the Lectures
Thursday, October 9, 2014

8:00  9:00 Registration Opens

7:45  8:30 Breakfast

8:30  8:35 Welcome and Introductions,
Eugene Fiorini

8:35  9:30 Keynote Talk: "The OEIS: The Major Problems" by Neil Sloane, The OEIS Foundation and Rutgers University
part 1 part 2

9:30  9:50 Break

9:50  10:35 "Problem Session I", Brian Nakamura, moderator,
part 1 part 2

10:40  11:15 "On Unsettleable Sequences" by John Conway, Princeton University
part 1 part 2

11:20  11:55 "Beyond the OEIS: Fingerprint Databases for Theorems" by
Sara Billey, University of Washington, and Bridget Tenner, DePaul University
part 1 part 2

12:00  1:00 Lunch  DIMACS Lounge, CoRE

1:00  1:35 "Products of Binomial Coefficients and Farey Fractions" by Jeff C. Lagarias, University of Michigan
part 1 part 2

1:40  2:15 "Some Catalan Musings" by Richard Stanley, MIT
lecture [the first ten minutes are missing due to a technical glitch]

2:20  3:20 Break/Working Session

3:20  3:55 "There be dragons. Thousands!", by
Jörg Arndt, Georg Simon Ohm Technische Hochschule Nuremberg
part 1 part 2

4:00  4:35 "Counting Arithmetic Formulas", by Edinah Gnang, Purdue University
lecture

4:40  5:15 "OEIS meets UGR", by Lara Pudwell, Valparaiso University
lecture

5:20  5:45 Reception

5:45  9:00 Banquet
Friday, October 10, 2014

8:00  9:00 Registration Opens

8:00  9:00 Breakfast
Set up Posters

9:00  9:35 "40 Years with Sloane's Integer Sequences", by Jeffrey Shallit, University of Waterloo
part 1 part 2

9:40  10:15 "Two ComputationHeavy Sequences" by Russ Cox, Google
part 1 part 2

10:20  12:30 Poster Session

12:30  2:00 Lunch  DIMACS Lounge, CoRE

2:00  2:35 "Multilinear Recurrence Relation Sequences" by Michael Somos, Georgetown University
[Michael Somos did not wish to be filmed]

2:40  3:00 Break

3:00  3:30 "Problem Session II", Brian Nakamura, moderator,
session

3:30  4:30 Keynote Talk: "Analogies and Sequences: Intertwined Patterns of Integers and Patterns of Thought Processes", by
Douglas Hofstadter, Indiana University
part 1 part 2

4:30 Conclusion
oeis