Tuesday, January 10, 2012

[DMANET] Call for WG-2012 "Pre-workshop Research Meetings" in Haifa

The 38th International Workshop on Graph Theoretical Concepts in
Computer Science (WG-2012) will be held June 26-28, 2012 in Israel at
the guest house of Kibbutz Ramat Rachel outside Jerusalem.
See <www.cri.haifa.ac.il/wg2012>

On the two days prior to WG-2012, the Caesarea Rothschild Institute
at the University of Haifa has offered to host a number of small informal
research meetings at its facilities in Haifa. This may give an opportunity
for those coming to WG to meet their colleagues for additional discussions,
presentations, etc. Here is the Call for Proposals:

*** CALL for WG-2012 Pre-workshop Research Meetings in Haifa (24-25 June)

Interested Organizers should respond by email to the WG2012 Chairs at:

1. Title of Proposed Meeting
2. Names of Organizers
3. Expected/Desired number of participants (and names of those interested)
4. Length: 1, 2 or 3 half-days
5. Special Requirements
6. Open Meeting or Meeting by Invitation Only

Dates: Sunday June 24, 2012 and Monday June 25, 2012

Note: The Institute will provide appropriate size meeting rooms, coffee
breaks, and will organize a Sunday afternoon plenary talk, an
optional dinner Sunday evening and optional transportation from
Haifa to Ramat Rachel in Jerusalem on Monday afternoon.

All areas of discrete mathematics, graph theory and applications relevant
to the topics of WG-2012 participants would be welcome. (Closed groups
of 2-4 researchers may also apply.)

Deadline for proposals: On going;
First round of those accepted to be announced March 1.
Second round of those accepted to be announced May 1.

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