Combinatorial Coworkspace 2024

— a session in algebraic and geometric combinatorics —

Haus Bergkranz · Kleinwalsertal · Austria · March 18-23

A “coworkspace” is a place where people come together to work together or simply side-by-side. The goal of our “combinatorial coworkspace” is to give a group of motivated young and promising as well as established mathematicians such a place to explore new directions, applications, cooperations, and alliances within combinatorics and beyond. A context is provided by a suitable number of tutorials and lectures and the beautiful location encourages to take mathematical thoughts outdoors.

Participation is by invitation only.
Martina Juhnke-Kubitzke (Osnabrück) · Thomas Kahle (Magdeburg) · Raman Sanyal (Frankfurt) · Christian Stump (Bochum)

To be decided in due time.
Tutorial (~360min spread over multiple slots)
General introduction to a topic, potentially including exercises.

Survey (90min)
Overview of a research topic and its connections to geometric, topological and algebraic combinatorics.

Presentation: (30-60 min)
Research talk, keeping in mind the diverse audience.

Evening presentation: (30 min or more)
Interesting talk, keeping in mind the diverse audience and the time.

Evening activities:
WhoIsWho, EveningTalks, OpenMic

Confirmed participants

  1. to be confirmed