July 8, 2019
Submission deadline: April 26, 2019
Registration deadline: April 30, 2019
The 2019 edition of the Parameterized Approximation Algorithms Workshop (PAAW) will take place as a satellite workshop of ICALP 2019 in Patras, Greece, on Monday July 8th 2019.
— Topics of interest —
– Parameterized approximation algorithms
– Lossy kernelization
– Parameterized inapproximability
– Fine-grained complexity of approximation
– Subexponential time approximation
– Efficient polynomial-time approximation schemes
March 26-29, 2019
This is a three-days PhD School with theoretical classes and lab sessions on cutting-edge topics arising in Optimization and Simulation
June 12-13, 2019
Brno, Czech Republic
Registration deadline: March 31, 2019
July 6-12, 2019
The school aims at providing an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students as well as young researchers to get together and attend advanced courses and talks on current topics in the field of algorithms and data structures for discrete optimization problems. During 8 days of the school, 6 advanced mini-courses will be delivered by renowned researches from Poland and abroad. Each course will be followed by appropriate exercises. Supporting material for the courses will be provided by the lecturers. Besides the courses and excursions, a poster session is planned.
July 8-19, 2019
Registration deadline: May 1, 2019
This 2-week-summer school aims to explain concepts on random walks and random models for complex networks at a level suitable for second year master students and PhD students in mathematics and theoretical computer science.
June 30 – July 6, 2019
The summer school will offer two mini-courses: “Combinatorial limits and their applications in extremal combinatorics” and “Coxeter groups”, as well as invited talks and student talks
July 29 – August 2, 2019
n the spirit of the AEC2014, AEC2015, AEC2016 and AEC2018, the goal of this summer school is to put forward the interplay between the fields of Enumerative Combinatorics, Analytic Combinatorics, and Algorithmics. This is a very active research area, which, aside from the three fields fueling each other mutually, receives as well constant impetus from outside, by its interaction with algebra, probability, statistical physics, and computer science.