Workshop Graph limits in Bohemian Switzerland 2018
March 26-30, 2018
The aim of the workshop is to bring together junior and senior researchers working on the topic of graph limits, as well as related fields such as extremal graph theory, probability, or real analysis.
The focus of the workshop will be on limits of dense and sparse graphs, and related areas such as quasirandomness, extremal graph theory, inhomogeneous random graph models, and algorithms for large graphs.
The scientific program start on Monday morning and ends on Friday noon. The morning program will consist of three lecture courses:
Afternoons are kept free for collaboration and discussions, possibly in the beautiful nature of the surrounding Bohemian Switzerland. From 4pm to 6:30 pm, there will be shorter contributed talks by participants of the workshop.
The workshop will take place in Janov in the heart of Bohemian Switzerland. The closest major town is Decin (16 km), with regular direct train connections to Prague (90mins), Dresden (40mins), and Berlin (3hours). You can search for public transport for example here (please note that there are several Janovs in Czechia, the one you want to go to is in district Decin).
From Decin to Janov there is infrequent bus connection (use the link above). There are also several taxi companies based in Decin. Auto Taxi Decin operates 24/7. Their phone number is (+420)412520520. One way should be around 500 CZK or 23 Euro. Credit/debit cards are not accepted.
Currently, the capacity of the workshop has been reach. However, contact Jan Hladky if you want to participate and we will see what can be done.
Participants: (as of Jan 12, 2018):
The venue of the workshop is Hotel Devitka and a nearby Hotel U zeleneho stromu. A room with possible two persons occupancy is 1,800CZK/night in Devitka and 1500CZK/night in U Zeleneho Stromu (in case of room sharing, two separate receipts can be issued). A single bed room in U Zeleneho stromu is 1300CZK/night. Full board is paid separately.
There is no workshop fee. Thanks to the generosity of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, there is some funding available to cover travel, local board and accommodation for participants with limited funding of their own.
The event is organized by Jan Hladky who is hosted at the Institute of Geometry, the Technical University Dresden. Jan's mobile phone numbers are (+420)702882615 (Czech, preferred) and (+49)1707639168 (German).