Graph theory workshop31-10-2013 - 1-11-2013
On Thursday 31 October and Friday 1 November 2013, there will be a workshop in graph theory in De Uithof, the campus of Utrecht University.
Speakers include Maria Axenovich (Karlsruhe), Aart Blokhuis (Eindhoven), Hajo Broersma (Twente), Louis Esperet (CNRS), Tom Kaiser (West Bohemia), Dan Kráľ (Warwick), Alex Scott (Oxford), Benny Sudakov (UCLA/ETH), and Carsten Thomassen (DTU). We also have several contributed short talks.
Participants are asked to register by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), including name and affiliation (as it should appear on a badge), dietary restrictions, and planned attendance. The organisers are Ross Kang and Tobias Müller.
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