Geometric, Topological and Computational Aspects of High-Dimensional Combinatorics (Research Group Conference)

Sun, 22/04/2018 to Thu, 26/04/2018



Alexander Lubotzky (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Tali Kaufman (Bar Ilan University)
Oren Becker (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)


Combinatorics in general and the theory of expander graphs in particular, have been fruitful areas of interaction between pure and applied mathematics. In recent years a “high dimensional” theory has emerged. This theory, aside from its intellectual interest, also has great potential for various applications in mathematics and computer science. This theory calls for a collaboration of experts in combinatorics, topology, geometry, group theory and computer science.


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David Conlon, University of Oxford
Michael Farber, Queen Mary, University of London
Lev Glebsky, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
Venkatesan Guruswami, Carnegie Mellon University
Ming-Hsuan Kang, National Chiao Tung University
Daniela Kühn, University of Birmingham
James Lee, University of Washington
Winnie Li, Pennsylvania State University
Shachar Lovett, UC San Diego
Roy Meshulam, Technion
Deryk Osthus, University of Birmingham
János Pach, New York University
Peter Sarnak, IAS, Princeton
Leonard Schulman, Caltech
Uli Wagner, IST
Shmuel Weinberger, University of Chicago
Avi Wigderson, IAS, Princeton
Gilles Zémor, Université de Bordeaux