DIAMANT/EIDMA Symposium November 2010
How to contribute a talk
In the registration form
Ph.D. students and young postdocs can propose
to give a talk (submit title and abstract). The closing date for talk
proposals is 10 November 2010
The programme can be found here
Conference fee + accommodation
There is partial DIAMANT support for DIAMANT members and for EIDMA
members---provided that they register before 22 October 2010
. DIAMANT members are full and associate
professors listed here
, as well as
their research group members. Exact prices are listed on the registration page
The symposium venue is Het Bosgoed
. For travel information, see
(in Dutch). Het Bosgoed is a ten-minute walk from the railway station in Lunteren.
Mathematics cluster DIAMANT
Call for PhD project proposals4-11-2019
NWO has issued a cluster-wide call for PhD project proposals. Researchers can apply if they are employed (i.e., hold a salaried position) at a Dutch university or a research institute recognised by NWO, and also have an appointment period for at least the duration of the application procedure and the entire duration of the research for which the grant is being applied for.
ERC Starting Grant for Jesper Nederlof4-11-2019
Jesper Nederlof (TU/e) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant of almost 1.5 ME. Nederlof will design faster algorithms for hard computational problems in computer science. The grant provides the researcher with the opportunity to further elaborate his own ideas during a period of five years.
Full professor position in Discrete Mathematics in Delft1-11-2018
Delft Institute of Applied mathematics, Delft University of Technology, seeks a full Professor in the field of Discrete Mathematics. A description of the position can be found here. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2019.
ERC Starting grant for Daniel Dadush26-9-2018
Daniel Dadush (CWI) has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant of 1.5 ME for his proposal ‘Towards a Quantitative Theory of Integer Programming’. With this grant, Dadush aims to revolutionize the understanding of integer programming (IP), the most popular method used today for finding optimal solutions to real-world optimization problems.