Structural Graph Theory Downunder II

David Wood

  •  20 Mar 2022 - 27 Mar 2022
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm

David Wood (Monash University, Australia)
Tony Huynh (Monash University, Australia)
Sang-il Oum (KAIST and Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
Alex Scott (University of Oxford, UK)
Liana Yepremyan (Emory University, USA)

Program Description:

This program consists of a short intensive workshop, where mathematicians from across the globe will come together to work on open problems in structural graph theory. We will consider the following research themes: graph minors, graph colouring, Hadwiger’s Conjecture, bounded expansion classes, graph product structure theory, generalised colouring numbers, VC dimension, induced subgraphs, Erdös-Hajnal conjecture, Gyárfás-Sumner conjecture, twin-width, asymptotic dimension. The majority of the time will be allocated to collaborative research (with only a few talks). The goal is to create an environment where mathematicians at all career stages work side-by-side. We anticipate that open problems will be solved, and lasting collaborations will be initiated.

Program Structure: 
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Registered Participants:
Rutger Campbell (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
Katie Clinch (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Marc Distel (Monash University, Australia)
Jackson Goerner (Monash University, Australia)
Pascal Gollin (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
Daniel Harvey (Ballarat, Australia)
Kevin Hendrey (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
Robert Hickingbotham (Monash University, Australia)
Tony Huynh (Monash University, Australia)
Thomas Lesgourges (UNSW Sydney, Australia)
Freddie Illingworth (University of Oxford, UK)
Bojan Mohar (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Michael Payne (La Trobe University, Australia)
Youri Tamitegama (University of Oxford, UK)
Jane Tan (University of Oxford, UK)
David Wood (Monash University, Australia)


MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 22 March 2022
On the first Tuesday of each program, MATRIX provides a pre-dinner wine and cheese afternoon. Produce is locally-sourced to showcase delicacies from the region.

This program is supported by MATRIX and the Discrete Mathematics Group (DIMAG) of the Institute for Basic Science (IBS, Korea).