We will work together on selected problems in small groups. The location will be outside Berlin. (still to be determined) The topics will probably be from the area of geometric algorithms.
This meeting takes place every year from Monday to Wednesday in the week of "Fronleichnam". Arrival is on Sunday, and the meeting ends on Wednesday after lunch. Facets of Complexity can participate with up to five students, who present and discuss their results with posters. A few selected students can also give short presentations.
Location: Schloss Dagstuhl
Die gemeinsame Jahrestagung der Graduiertenkollegs Berlin, Graz und Zürich findet 2019 in Döllnsee statt.
Location: Tagungshotel Döllnsee-Schorfheide Ortsteil Groß Dölln Döllnkrug 2 17268 Templin
This meeting takes place every year from Monday to Wednesday in the week of "Fronleichnam".
Location: Schloss Dagstuhl
Jahrestagung des Graduiertenkollegs ''Facets of Complexity'' 2018.
I anticipate discussing topics such as my work with Speyer on constructing the Tutte polynomial from torus orbits on a Grassmannian, the "Hodge package" techniques used by Adiprasito, Huh and Katz to prove their log-concavity result, and hyperfields and their Grassmannians. More precise schedules will be posted as the lectures draw nearer. This minicourse will take place on: Monday 22 October - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Wednesday 24 October - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday 12 November - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Wednesday 14 November - 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: Technische Universität Berlin Institut für Mathematik Straße des 17. Juni 136 10623 Berlin room MA 212 Mathematikgebäude
The school is addressed to advanced undergraduate and graduate students of Mathematics or Computer Science with interest in Discrete Mathematics and in particular in Partially Ordered Sets and Discrete Geometry. Basic knowledge in discrete mathematics is assumed. The fall school consists of four introductory courses. Each course consists of lectures and exercises.
Location: Gutshof Sauen 70 km SE of Berlin
This is a research workshop where we discuss various problem in groups. The workshop series started as the European Workshop on Pseudotriangulations, and it has been held in different locations. It has broadened its subject area to geometric graphs in general.
Location: Haus Tornow am See, 50 km from Berlin
This seminar was started by Prof. Michał Karoński from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and by Prof. Hans Jürgen Prömel (at the time) from Humboldt University of Berlin in the mid 1990's. The event alternates between Berlin, Poznań and (more recently) Hamburg, covering a wide variety of topics in extremal and probabilistic combinatorics, algorithmic discrete mathematics, as well as related fields. This year it takes place on June 8 and 9 at the Free University of Berlin.
Location: Freie Universität Berlin Institut für Mathematik Arnimallee 3 (Room 001) 14195 Berlin