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8th Czech-Slovak International
Symposium on Graph Theory, Combinatorics,
Algorithms and Applications
Dedicated to the Memory of Robin Thomas
The 8th Czech-Slovak International Symposium on Combinatorics, Graph Theory,
Algorithms and Applications is organized by the Department of Applied Math of the
Charles University. It will take place in Prague. It is the eighth in a series of
symposia which started with the 1963 Smolenice meeting.
This year we will remember Robin Thomas, one of the most celebrated Czech
mathematicians. Robin graduated from Charles University in 1985, received the
Fulkerson Prize twice, was named the SIAM fellow and a fellow
of AMS. Being affiliated with Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, he has
kept strong links with the Czech and Slovak graph theory
communities, e.g., delivered plenary lectures at the Conference of Czech
Mathematicians in 2002 and at the 6th CSGT in 2006.
The program of the symposium will be devoted (but not restricted) to subjects in contemporary
Combinatorics and Graph Theory involving also relationships and applications in
Algebra, Algorithms, Topology, Probability and Statistic, Mathematical Logic,
Computer Science and other fields. Every participant is welcome (but not obliged) to
deliver a contributed talk. The deadline for submiting titles and short abstracts
June 15 June 30, 2022, see this
page for details.
Special issue of Discrete Mathematics stemming from the symposium will be
guest edited by Jan Kratochvil, Martin Loebl and Jaroslav Nesetril. Selected
contributions based on original so far unpublished results will be solicited
during the symposium.