Thursday, February 21, 2019

[DMANET] Call-for-Papers: 19th Haifa Workshop on Graphs, Combinatorics and Algorithms June 11-13, 2019

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19th Haifa Workshop on Interdisciplinary Applications of
Graph Theory, Combinatorics and Algorithms

Sponsored by the Caesarea Rothschild Institute at the University of Haifa

June 11-12, 2019 Tuesday & Wednesday
University of Haifa, Caesarea Rothschild Institute

June 13, 2019 Thursday
Givat Ram, Jerusalem, Joint session at the annual
Israel Mathematics Union (IMU) Meeting

· Hans L. Bodlaender (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
· Leah Epstein (University of Haifa, Israel)
· Vadim Lozin (University of Warwick, UK)
· Alex Lubotzky (Hebrew University, Israel)
· Jayme Luiz Szwarcfiter (UFRJ and Brazilian Academy of Sciences)


**** CALL FOR PAPERS *** for contributed talks


Submissions for contributed talks are invited for this year's Haifa workshop.
The workshop emphasizes the diversity of the use of combinatorial algorithms
and graph theory in application areas.
Examples of such areas of interest include:

- Randomized Algorithms - Networking
- Graph Algorithms - Internet Congestion and Patterns
- Computational Biology - Applied Combinatorics
- Web Applications - Geometric Graphs and Computation
- Optimization - Graph Theoretic Models

Please send abstracts (1-2 pages) by e-mail to
Deadline for submission is April 30, 2019. Notification: May 13, 2019

Note: For early submissions needing "early decision" to arrange air travel,
please contact the Chairs.

The workshop in non-archival, therefore, papers accepted to recent
international conferences are also welcome, and should be so indicated in the


The registration site will open shortly after Pesach.

For updates, please visit: <>

General Chair: Martin Charles Golumbic (University of Haifa)
Program Chair: Danny Hermelin (Ben Gurion University)
Organizing Chair: Tamir Gadot (CRI-Haifa)

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