Structural Graph Theory Downunder

Joy Lukman

Details Price Qty
Regular Participant $0.00 (AUD)  
Student $0.00 (AUD)  

  • 25 November 2019 - 1 December 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organisers:
David Wood (Monash University, Australia)
Anita Liebenau (University of New South Wales, Australia)
Alex Scott (University of Oxford, United Kingdom).

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. 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 during the program, several open problems will be solved, and lasting collaborations will be initiated.

Program Structure: TBC
Below is the draft of Program Structure. Please click to enlarge.
Note: actual times may differ slightly and things may change as the workshop approaches

Registered Participants:
Maria Chudnovsky, Princeton University, USA
Zdeněk Dvořák, Charles University, Prague
Gwenaël Joret, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Kevin Hendrey, Institute for Basic Science, Korea
Tony Huynh, Monash University, Australia
Nina Kamcev, Monash University, Australia
Ringi Kim, KAIST, Korea
Tereza Klimošová, Charles University, Prague
Anita Liebenau, UNSW Sydney, Australia
Chun-Hung Liu, Texas A&M, USA
Natasha Morrison, University of Cambridge, UK
Marcin Pilipczuk, University of Warsaw, Poland
Bruce Reed, McGill University, Canada
Alex Scott, University of Oxford, UK
Paul Seymour, Princeton University, USA
Maya Stein, Universidad de Chile, Chile
Jane Tan, University of Oxford, UK
David Wood, Monash University, Australia
Liana Yepremyan, University of Oxford, UK

Registration:

  • Registration is by invitation only

ASSOCIATED EVENTS

MATRIX Wine and Cheese Afternoon 26 November 2019
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.