- David Kempe (USC): Quasi-regular sequences and optimal schedules for security games
- Sara Billey (University of Washington): Enumeration of Parabolic Double Cosets for Symmetric Groups and Beyond
- Stephen DeSalvo (UCLA): Pattern avoidance for random permutations
- Marino Remero (UCSD): On the Delta Conjecture at $q=1$
- Vasu Tewari (UWashington): Noncommutative Schur functions and operators on compositions
- Per Alexandersson (UPenn): An e-positive conjecture for LLT polynomials
- Jesse Levitt (USC): From Surfaces to Cluster Algebras and Back: An Ongoing Story
- Anne Schilling (UC Davis): Stanley symmetric functions from the crystal perspective
- Fu Liu (UC Davis): Ehrhart positivity
- Francis Su (Harvey Mudd College): A polytopal generalization of Sperner's lemma
- Anastasia Chaves (UC Berkeley)

- Jim Haglund (UPenn): The combinatorics of non symmetric Macdonald polynomials and their specializations
- Larry Goldstein (USC): A lenient BKR operation for events occurring for disjoint reasons
- Matt Hogancamp (USC): Link homology and combinatorics
- Maria Gillespie (UC Davis): Monodromy and K-theory of Schubert Curves via Generalized Jeu de Taquin
- Dominic Searles (USC): The slide and glide bases of the polynomial ring
- Damir Yeliussizov (UCLA): Duality and deformations of stable Grothendieck polynomials
- Martin Tassy (UCLA): Height functions and fast tileability
- Gaku Liu (MIT): A counterexample to the extension space conjecture for realizable oriented matroids
- Aaron Lauda (USC): An introduction to odd symmetric functions
- Sami Assaf (USC): Schubert calculus by thinking inside the box

- John Shareshian (Washington University St. Louis): Joint distributions of permutation statistics and symmetric functions
- Alejandro Morales (UCLA): Hook-length formulas for skew shapes
- Dominic Searles (USC): Schubert polynomials and slide polynomials
- Stephen DeSalvo (UCLA): On the number of integer partitions of size n: a quantitative asymptotic analysis
- Brendon Rhoades (UCSD): Evidence for parking conjectures
- Richard Arratia (USC): Low rank labelled structures, and completely effective error bounds for Stirling Numbers of the first and second kind via rooks and Poisson approximation
- Monica Vazirani (UC Davis): A Schur-Weyl-like construction of L(k^N) for the DAHA
- Sami Assaf (USC): Multiplicity-free Kronecker products
- Jason Fulman (USC): Generating functions and enumeration in finite classical groups
- Adam Sheffer (CalTech): Distinct distances and heavy lines
- Steph van Willigenburg (UBC): Maximal supports and Schur-positivity among connected skew shapes