The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts and young scientists, who develop or use tools offered by the theory of combinatorial limits, to exchange ideas related to the dense and sparse settings with hopes of designing new methods for problems both inside and outside combinatorics.
The subject of the workshop will be centered around the following question: Suppose G is a fundamental group of a Riemannian manifold M. How can we use the geometry of M to study the flexible stability of G?
The workshop focuses on discrete structures and their limits. This is an active area of research that connects discrete mathematics with ergodic theory, stochastic processes, spectral theory, measured group theory and various branches of analysis and topology.
The aim of this focused workshop is to bring together some of the experts that work on dynamic percolation models of self-organized criticality. The time evolution of these random graphs are shaped by two competing mechanisms of opposite effect: addition of edges and deletion of large connected components.
This summer school aims to bring together mathematicians and network scientists to foster the exchange of ideas between these two fields. During the school several minicourses will be given by distinguished researchers in graph theory and network science for students from both fields, who are interested in multidisciplinary approaches to networks.
Discrete structures and their limits: an active area of research that connects discrete mathematics with ergodic theory, stochastic processes, spectral theory, measured group theory and various branches of analysis and topology.