Jan Hladky

email: honzahladky@gmail.com

Currently I work at the Institute for Geometry at TU Dresden, hosted by Andreas Thom, supported by the Humboldt Foundation. Since September 1, 2016 I have been on unpaid leave from the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences where I hold a researcher position.

I am interested in discrete mathematical structures, and graphs in particular. Most of my work has been in extremal graph theory. I also work on the recently emerged theory of graph limits, and on the links this theory provides to fields such as real analysis and probability theory.

NEW A three-year project Graph Limits and Inhomogenous Random Graphs, funded by the Czech Science Foundation, will start at the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences in January 2018. I am the principal investigator of the project and will join it in August 2018. There will be an opening for a postodoc/researcher position officially advertised soon. Also, group Extremal graph theory group at the Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences is currently advertising a position in the related field of extremal graph theory. More information on the webpage of the group.




NEW In July 2018 there will be a 2nd edition of the Prague Schools on Discrete Mathematics. Details will keep appearing here.

NEW I am organizing a workshop on graph limits in the beautiful nature of Bohemian Switzerland in March 2018. Details will keep appearing here.

Zdenek Dvorak and I organized in August 2016 the first edition of what we hope to become a tradition of biennial Prague Schools on Discrete Mathematics. More can be found here. An article about the School appeared in the last issue of the Academic bulletin. [here]

I organised (with Artur Czumaj an Diana Piguet) Workshop on Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics in July 2010 in England.

I organised (with Marek Krcal Bernard Lidicky, and Zuzana Safernova) Spring Schools in Combinatorics 2007 and 2008 in Czech Republic.

Recent and upcoming talks and stays

... and older talks here.


My Wikipedia profile including links to maths articles I have contributed to can be found here.