Friday, February 10, 2017

[DMANET] 7th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics

Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to announce the "7th PhD Summer School in Discrete
Mathematics" to be held on Mt. Rogla, Slovenia, July 23 -- July 29, 2017.

Summer School consist of two mini-courses (10 hours each):

1. Theory of pseudo-Boolean functions and binary optimization
Lecturer: Endre Boros, MSIS and RUTCOR, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA

2. A hundred years of Graph theory
Lecturer: Robin Wilson, Open University, London, UK

Beside the two mini-courses, there will also be several invited speakers.

Confirmed invited speakers:

- Marston Conder (University of Auckland, New Zealand)
- Joy Morris (University of Lethbridge, Canada)
- Mikhail Muzychuk (Netanya Academic College, Israel)

The number of participants is limited, so please register as
soon as possible. The registration form together with other relevant
information (overview of the mini-courses, accommodation, traveling
information, mode of payment, instructions for students etc.) is available

Financial support including half-board and the exemption from conference
fee payment is offered to PhD-students.
Deadline for the financial support application is February 28th, 2017.

According to regulations and in view of the amount of work designed for
these courses, the Summer School is credited with 2 ECTS. In order to
collect the assigned credit points, the student must solve a certain number
of problems and tasks, as required by the lecturer.

Please feel free to forward this message to your colleagues and students.
For further questions please contact

Best regards,

The Scientific Committee of 7th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics:
Scientific Committee:
Klavdija Kutnar, Aleksander Malnic, Dragan Marusic, Stefko Miklavic,
Tomaz Pisanski, Primoz Sparl, Boris Zgrablic

The Organizing Committee of 7th PhD Summer School in Discrete Mathematics:
Bostjan Frelih, Ademir Hujdurovic, Bostjan Kuzman, Rok Pozar

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