Peter Keevash (Oxford), Daniel Kráľ (Warwick), Oleg Pikhurko (Warwick) and Nick Woodhouse (CMI)
The school covered three interlinked discrete mathematics topics with computer science applications, which haev all seen exciting developments in the last few years: the Regularity Method, Limits of Combinatorial Structures, and Property Testing.
The three main lecture course topics were:
Regularity Methods (David Conlon, Oxford)
Limits of Combinatorial Structures (Christian Borgs and Henry Cohn, Microsoft)
Property Testing (Asaf Shapira, Tel-Aviv)
These lecture courses will be supplemented by tutorial sessions.
The school also included three special, more generally focused, talks given by:
Noga Alon (Tel Aviv)
Christian Borgs (Microsoft)
Ben Green (Oxford)
The school was colocated with the 25th British Combinatorial Conference, which immediately followed the school.
To apply, and for more information, visit http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/people/staff/daniel_kral/school15/
Submitted by Jesse Garrick on 6 February, 2015 16:16