Research Group: Geometric,Topological and Computational Aspects of High-Dimensional Combinatorics

[RG # 153]  Geometric, Topological and Computational Aspects of High-Dimensional Combinatorics

Sep 1, 2017 - Jul 1, 2018

Organizers:  

Alexander Lubotzky (The Hebrew University) 
Tali Kaufman (Bar-Ilan University) 

Combinatorics in general and the theory of expander graphs, in particular, have been fruitful areas of  interaction of pure and applied mathematics. In recent years a "high dimensional" theory has been emerged. This theory beside its intellectual interest has also a great potential for various applications in mathematics and computer science. This theory calls for a cooperation of experts in combinatorics, topology, geometry, group theory and computer science. We propose to organize a program that will bring together people from these areas in order to create a community of scholars who can cooperate on these new challenges.

 

 

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Michael Farber

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Queen Mary, University of London
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Michael Farber is Professor of Mathematics at the School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary, University of London. He is known for his research in high dimensional knot theory, Morse theory and topology of closed 1-forms. His recent research interests focus on applied and computational topology, topological robotics, applications of topology to statistics and computer science. 

2017-2018 Fellow Geometric,Topological and Computational Aspects of High-Dimensional Combinatorics

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Lev Glebsky

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The Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí
Lev is a professor in the Faculty of Sciences at the Institute of Optical Communication, the The Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí.
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Anna Gundert

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University of Cologne
Anna is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Cologne.
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Tali Kaufman

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Bar-Ilan University
Tali is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at Bar-Ilan University.
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John Klein

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Wayne State University
John is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at Wayne State University.
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Alexander Lubotzky

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Alexander is a professor in the Einstein Institute of Mathematics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Roy Meshulam

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Technion
Roy is a professor in the Department of Mathematics at the Technion. His research interests are: applications of topology to combinatorics.
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Leonard Schulman

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California Institute of Technology
Leonard is a professor in the Department of Engineering and Applied Science at the California Institute of Technology.
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Uli Wagner

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Institute of Science and Technology Austria
Uli is a professor at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria.

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