The crosscountry-skiing conditions are NOT good at present in Nova Louka, but we will inform you on this website, if the conditions will change.
The workshop continues the tradition started at Nova Louka in late fall 2000. This year, for the second time, the workshop will be devoted mainly to solving geometrical problems (as well as to structural properties, algebraic aspects, algorithmic complexity and other aspects of graph homomorphisms and related topics).
It will follow the informal atmosphere of Prague Midsummer Combinatorial Workshops, in particular every participant is expected to present some open problems in a 20-30 minute long talk, but no abstracts are required beforehand. The program is decided on the spot, so that enough time remains for discussions, problem solving and sightseeing.
Participation (except members of KAM, ITI, and GraDR) is by invitation only. To inquire please contact prof. Jan Kratochvil (honza -at- kam.mff.cuni.cz). Deadline for registration is set to November 19, 2012.
The venue of the workshop is a historic wooden hunters' lodge far away from traces of civilization. Sporting activities include crosscountry skiing or alternatively mountain biking and table tennis. The lodge is equipped by sauna.
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Travel instructionsThe lodge Samalova chata at Nova Louka is located in the center of one of the nicest Czech hills Jizerske hory, located in the north part of Czech Republic (close to the Polish and German borders).
A shuttle bus departs from Prague - Metro station "Cerny Most" on Monday November 26 at 9:15 a.m.. We will meet beside the restaurant McDonalds, one hundred meters from the subway station Cerny Most - see the map. Bus returns to Prague on Friday afternoon (4:00-5:00 p.m.).
The easiest way by car to Nova Louka is through Liberec (highway R10 north from Prague and then R35), then to Bedrichov (see the map) and then finally to Nova Louka. Beyond Bedrichov the road is closed for public, but hotel guests are allowed to drive in (notice that in case of snowing you may need snow chains).
November 2012 - Marek Tesar (tesar -at- kam.mff.cuni.cz)