DIAMANT Symposium November 2012
In the registration form (see below) Ph.D. students and postdocs can propose to give a talk (submit title and abstract).
A list with abstracts can be found here
. The programme
is now available. The special afternoon will take place on Friday. The programme starts Thursday at 11:00 AM.
Conference fee + accommodation
There is partial DIAMANT support for DIAMANT members---provided that they register early enough. DIAMANT members are full and associate professors listed here
, as well as their research group members.
The registration form can be found here
The symposium venue is Kaap Doorn Conferentiecentrum
in Doorn. The venue can easily be reached by bus from NS train station Driebergen-Zeist. One takes bus 50 in the direction of Wageningen and gets off at bus stop Sandenburg, near the village of Doorn.
Mathematics cluster DIAMANT
Monique Laurent, Nikhil Bansal and Ronald de Wolf receive TOP-grant12-12-2013
Monique Laurent, Nikhil Bansal and Ronald de Wolf have received a TOP-grant from NWO for their joint project "Approximation Algorithms, Quantum Information and Semidefinite Optimization". Read more.
Bert Gerards en collega's bewijzen vermoeden van Rota4-9-2013
Bert Gerards van het Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) en zijn collega's Jim Geelen (University of Waterloo) en Geoff Whittle (Victoria University of Wellington) hebben het beroemde 40 jaar oude Vermoeden van Rota bewezen. Het team heeft meer dan 15 jaar gewerkt aan de oplossing van het probleem dat in 1970 door Gian-Carlo Rota werd geformuleerd. Lees verder.
DIAMANT tenure track positions 5-7-2013
In 2013, three tenure track positions will become available in the DIAMANT cluster. This incentive is made possible by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) via the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). For a list of the various DIAMANT nodes that participate in this initiative, please refer to NWO's Math Tenure Track page.
Stieltjes Prize for Jop Briet31-10-2012
On October 31st, Jop Briët (CWI) was awarded the Stieltesprijs 2011, the prize for the best PhD thesis in Dutch mathematics. In 2011 Briët defended his thesis `Grothendieck Inequalities, nonlocal games and optimization’ at UvA under the supervision of Prof. H. M. Buhrman. He introduced new variants of the famous inequality of Grothendieck and applied them to computer science, physics and mathematics. The prize amounts to 2,500 euros. Read more.