26-27 September 2019: Workshop Combinatorial Optimization

Combinatorial Optimization is an active research area that developed from the rich interaction among many mathematical fields, including combinatorics, graph theory, geometry, optimization, probability, theoretical computer science, and many others. It combines algorithmic and complexity analysis with a mature mathematical foundation and it yields both basic research and applications in manifold areas. The goal of this two-day workshop is to discover new connections, identify and explore emerging breakthrough areas, and discuss the most recent developments.

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Organizers are Volker Kaibel (U Magdeburg) and Martin Skutella (TU Berlin). MATH+ is co-funding the workshop.