Moscow Conference on Combinatorics and Applications
[ Conference on Graphs, Networks and their Applications ]
The aim of the conference is to bring together specialists in extremal combinatorics, graph and hypergraph theory, additive combinatorics, complex networks, random graphs and models, approximation algorithms, and optimization. The meeting will serve as a platform for the discussion of various challenging problems in the area, both theoretical and those that have applications in the industry.
The conference will have plenary talks and invited mini-symposia. Previously we organised the Conference on graphs, networks and their applications in 2019 and the workshop with the same name in 2018. The event is organised by the Phystech-School of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and Laboratory of Combinatorial and Geometric Structures at MIPT.
MoCCA'20 was originally planned for May 2020, but was postponed due to the pandemic. We decided to hold it mostly online roughly one year later: in May - July of 2021. For the moment, we planned to hold a big part of the conference online, distributed over two weeks. Those that would be able and willing to come to MIPT, however, are welcome to do so, and we will do our best to help them with the organisation. Please contact us in case you need some assistance.
We also hope to have a physical meeting, which we tentatively schedule for September 6-12.
If you want to receive updates via e-mail, please, register here. Note that the registration is not required and all the information for participants will be available on this page.
- June 3József BaloghUniversity of Illinois, USA
- May 31Stefano BoccalettiInstitute for Complex Systems, Italy
- June 3Brendan McKayAustralian National University
- May 31José MendesUniversity of Aveiro, Portugal
- June 4Ilya ShkredovSteklov Institute of Mathematics and MIPT, Russia
- June 3Ola SvenssonEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
- June 28David ConlonCalifornia Institute of Technology, USA
- July 1Jane GaoUniversity of Waterloo, Canada
- June 29János PachRényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary,
and MIPT, Russia
Mini-symposia organisers and speakers
- Stefano Boccaletti and José Mendes
Institute for Complex Systems, Italy
University of Aveiro, PortugalMay 31Advances in complex networks' theory and applicationsKarin Alfaro-BittnerFederico Santa María Technical University, ChileStefano BoccalettiInstitute for Complex Systems, ItalyKirill KovalenkoMIPT, RussiaJosé MendesUniversity of Aveiro, PortugalDaniil MusatovMIPT, RussiaMiguel RomanceKing Juan Carlos University, SpainEkaterina SerebryannikovaMIPT, Russia
- Aleksandr Gasnikov
MIPT, RussiaJune 2Modern Convex Optimization and ApplicationsArtem AgafonovMIPT, RussiaSeydamet AblaevCFU, RussiaAleksandr BeznosikovMIPT, HSE, RussiaDarina DvinskikhWIAS, Germany and MIPT, RussiaPavel DvurechenskyWIAS, Germany and MIPT, HSE, RussiaEgor GladinMIPT, Skoltech, RussiaEduard GorbunovMIPT, HSE, RussiaDmitry KamzolovMIPT, RussiaAlexander RogozinMIPT, HSE, RussiaAlexander TitovMIPT, Russia
- Roman Karasev
IITP, RussiaJune 1Geometric Topology and HypergraphsMarek FilakovskýMasaryk University, Czech RepublicRoman KarasevIITP, RussiaEgor KolpakovMoscow State University, RussiaMakoto OzawaKomazawa University, JapanGaiane PaninaSt. Petersburg Department of V.A. Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS, RussiaPavel PatákCharles University, Czech RepublicSalman ParsaSaint Louis University, USAArkadiy SkopenkovMIPT and Independent University of Moscow, RussiaRade ŽivaljevićMathematical Institute SASA, Serbia
- Thang Pham
University of Rochester, USAJune 4Additive combinatorics and applicationsBen LundDiscrete Mathematics Group, Institute for Basic Science, KoreaAli MohammadiSchool of Mathematics, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, IranDoowon KohChungbuk National University, KoreaLe Anh VinhVietnam National UniversitySteven SengerUniversity of Missouri, USAThang PhamETH Zurich, and Vietnam National University
- Stefan Glock and Felix Joos
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Heidelberg University, GermanyJune 28Extremal CombinatoricsMaria AxenovichKarlsruhe Institute of Technology, GermanyAntonio GiraoHeidelberg University, GermanyAndrzej GrzesikJagiellonian University, PolandBjarne SchülkeUniversity of Hamburg, GermanyZi-Xia SongUniversity of Central Florida, US
- Carla Groenland
Utrecht University, NetherlandsJuly 1Adventures in Probabilistic and Extremal CombinatoricsNatalie BehagueRyerson University, CanadaStijn CambieRadboud Nijmegen, NetherlandsCarla GroenlandUtrecht University, NetherlandsFreddie IllingworthUniversity of Cambridge, UKCharlotte KnierimETH Zurich, SwitzerlandYani PehovaUniversity of Warwick, UK
- Zilin Jiang
Arizona State University, USAJuly 2Algebraic techniques in combinatoricsKonstantin GolubevETH Zürich, SwitzerlandZilin JiangArizona State University, USACosmin PohoataYale University, USANikita PolyanskiiTechnical University of Munich, Germany
- Oleg Musin
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA and MIPT, RussiaJune 30Extremal Problems of Discrete GeometryDmitriy BilykUniversity of MinnesotaPeter BoyvalenkovInstitute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of SciencesAlan HaynesUniversity of HoustonAnton NikitenkoIST AustriaHiroshi NozakiAichi University of EducationDanylo RadchenkoETH ZurichMasashi ShinoharaShiga University
- Alexandr Polyanskii
MIPT, RussiaJune 29Combinatorial and Geometric StructuresRon AharoniTechnion, IsraelOleg MusinUniversity of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA and MIPT, RussiaBalázs PatkósAlfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary and MIPT, RussiaIstván TomonETH Zurich, Switzerland and MIPT, RussiaYelena YuditskyUniversité libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
- Liana Yepremyan
London School of Economics, UKJune 30 & July 2On randomness and order in geometric, extremal and structural graph theoryNora FranklCarnegie Mellon University, USA, and MIPT, RussiaMatthew JenssenUniversity of Birmingham, UKGal KronenbergUniversity of Oxford, UKJoonkyung LeeUCL, UKShoham LetzterUCL, UKAlexey PokrovskiyUCL, UKYuval WigdersonStanford University, USAYoungho YooGeorgia Tech, USA
- Victor Mironov
- Yulia Rylova
- Konstantin Voytikov
Feel free to ask any questions concerning accomodation, local transportation, and visas to Russia by e-mail: CoG@phystech.edu.