Thursday, 1 February 2018 Our Department of Mathematics active at the Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum in China
It is commonly known, that science has no borders, but now it is also time to admit that there are also no borders for our mathematicians: this week eight members of our Department of Mathematics are actively participating at the International Workshop on Symmetries of Graph and Networks at the Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum. The workshop is taking place in Sanya (China) and it is organized by Marston Conder (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Yan-Quan Feng (Beijing Jiaotong University, China), Klavdija Kutnar (University of Primorska,), Mei Lu (Tsinghua University, China) and Jin-Xin Zhou (Beijing Jiaotong University, China).
(Participats from UP FAMNIT Department of Mathematics - from left to right: Ademir Hujdurović, Primož Šparl, Istvan Kovacs, Klavdija Kutnar (UP FAMNIT Dean), Robert Jajcay, Aleksander Malnič, Edward Dobson and Dragan Marušič (UP Rector).
Untill tomorrow, a large group of leading experts in the area of symmetries in graphs and networks will share recent developments and techniques, in order to develop further collaborations, and to provide an opportunity for younger, up-and-coming researchers to meet and learn from established authorities in the subject area.
Abstracts of the talks to be presented at the workshop are available at the Workshop webpage.
Members of the Workshop Scientific Committee are: Brian Alspach (University of Newcastle, Australia), Marston Conder (University of Auckland, New Zeland), Yan-Quan Feng (Beijing Jiaotong University, China), Cai Heng Li (South University of Science and Technology, China), Dragan Marušič (University of Primorska) and Jozef Siran (Open University, UK).
(Participants of the workshop)
The Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum (TSIMF) was established to host research conferences, workshops and retreats. It is located at the resort city of San Ya of Hainan Province in Southern China, and since it serves as an international hub for mathematicians and mathematical scientists to dissimilate latest results and to develop newest ideas. Surelly, it is one of the assets for the mathematical community worldwide.