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   Center for Mathematical Sciences                     

  Research Workshop of the Binational Science Foundation on

 

Coloring Graphs at the Technion

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa, Israel

August 15-20, 2010

AMADO Building, Auditorium 232

Free discussions will be held also in rooms 617 and 619

 

 

The goal of this informal workshop is to bring together researchers from different universities in an attempt of a focused attack on some long standing problems in graph coloring. The workshop will also deal with variants on classical graph coloring, and related problems, such as cooperative colorings,

χ-boundedness, Reed's conjecture, strong colorings. We have gathered a group of experts in a broad spectrum of areas of Discrete Mathematics, and we hope to benefit from their diverse branches of expertise. Thus, we expect to use approaches such as topological methods, structural tools and the probabilistic method.

 

THE LECTURES ARE OPEN TO ALL

 

 

Partial funding for the workshop was obtained from

 

Center for Mathematical Sciences at the Technion

 

Israel Binational Science Foundation

 

 

Organizing Committee: Ron Aharoni, Eli Berger, Maria Chudnovsky

 

For further information please contact:
Yael Cohen, Conference Coordinator
                                                               Phone: +972-(0)4-8294278
Fax: +972-(0)4-8293388
E-mail: cms@math.technion.ac.il