EuroWorkshop on Algebraic Graph Theory

Edinburgh 9-13 July 2001

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Timetable available on Scientific Programme page

Scientific Committee

  • D. Cvetkovic (Belgrade)
  • W. Haemers (Tilburg)
  • P. Rowlinson (Stirling).
The general themeof this second workshop on Algebraic Graph Theory is the geometric representation of graphs and on this occasion the chosen area of application is discrete mathematical chemistry. The workshop provides an opportunity for the scattered communities of algebraic graph theorists and mathematical chemists to discuss recent developments of mutual interest.

The main topics are seen as
  • the new fullerenes
  • eigenspace techniques
  • generalizations from distance-regular graphs
  • topological considerations
In addition to formally timetabled lectures, there will be ample time for more informal discussion. Most days will begin and end with a lecture from a key speaker, with contributed short papers (20-25 minutes) timetabled in between (using two parallel sessions if necessary to avoid saturation).
The meeting is supported by
  • The European Commission (Framework V)
  • The London Mathematical Society
  • The British Combinatorial Committee
This meeting's pages last updated 05 July 2001
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