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0607  Algorithmic Graph Theory
[OWR20067] (2006)  (12 Feb  18 Feb 2006)The workshop \emph{Algorithmic Graph Theory}, organized by Artur Czumaj (New Jersey), Friedhelm Meyer auf der Heide (Paderborn), Klaus Jansen (Kiel) and Ingo Schiermeyer (Freiberg) was held February 12thFebruary 18th, ... 
1241  Arbeitsgemeinschaft: Ergodic Theory and Combinatorial Number Theory
[OWR201250] (2012)  (07 Oct  13 Oct 2012)The aim of this Arbeitsgemeinschaft was to introduce young researchers with various backgrounds to the multifaceted and mutually perpetuating connections between ergodic theory, topological dynamics, combinatorics, and ... 
1314  Arbeitsgemeinschaft: Limits of Structures
[OWR201316] (2013)  (31 Mar  05 Apr 2013)The goal of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft is to review current progress in the study of very large structures. The main emphasis is on the analytic approach that considers large structures as approximations of infinite analytic ... 
1514  Arbeitsgemeinschaft: The KadisonSinger Conjecture
[OWR201517] (2015)  (29 Mar  04 Apr 2015)The solution to the Kadison–Singer conjecture used techniques that intersect a number of areas of mathematics. The goal of this Arbeitsgemeinschaft was to bring together people from each of these fields to support interactions ... 
1041  Arbeitsgemeinschaft: Topological Robotics
[OWR201047] (2010)  (10 Oct  16 Oct 2010)The purpose of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft was to enable PhD students and researchers to study Topological Robotics, a new field investigating topological problems motivated by robotics and engineering as well as problems of ... 
1650  Asymptotic Phenomena in Local Algebra and Singularity Theory
[OWR201657] (2016)  (11 Dec  17 Dec 2016)The goal of this workshop was to highlight, and further, the interactions between local algebra and singularity theory. The timing was serendipitous for both subjects have witnessed tremendous progress recently, much of ... 
Cataland: Why the Fuß?
[OWP201901] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20190121)The three main objects in noncrossing Catalan combinatorics associated to a finite Coxeter system are noncrossing partitions, clusters, and sortable elements. The first two of these have known FußCatalan generalizations. ... 
A Cheeger Type Inequality in Finite Cayley Sum Graphs
[OWP201921] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20190731)  (5 May  27 July 2019)Let $G$ be a finite group and $S$ be a symmetric generating set of $G$ with $S = d$. We show that if the undirected Cayley sum graph $C_{\Sigma}(G,S)$ is an expander graph and is nonbipartite, then the spectrum of its ... 
1012  Combinatorial Representation Theory
[OWR201015] (2010)  (21 Mar  27 Mar 2010)The workshop brought together researchers from different fields in representation theory and algebraic combinatorics for a fruitful interaction. New results, methods and developments ranging from classical and modular ... 
0601  Combinatorics
[OWR20061] (2006)  (01 Jan  07 Jan 2006)The workshop \emph{Combinatorics} organised by L\'aszl\'o Lov\'asz (Redmond) and Hans Jürgen Prömel (Berlin) was held January 1stJanuary 7th, 2006. This meeting was very well attended with 48 participants from many ... 
0802  Combinatorics
[OWR20081] (2008)  (06 Jan  12 Jan 2008)The workshop \emph{Combinatorics} organised by Jeff Kahn (Piscataway), L\'aszl\'o Lov\'asz (Budapest), and Hans Jürgen Prömel (Berlin) was held January 6stJanuary 12th, 2008. This meeting was very well attended with 46 ... 
1402  Combinatorics
[OWR20141] (2014)  (05 Jan  11 Jan 2014)Combinatorics is a fundamental mathematical discipline which focuses on the study of discrete objects and their properties. The current workshop brought together researchers from diverse fields such as Extremal and ... 
1101  Combinatorics
[OWR20111] (2011)  (02 Jan  08 Jan 2011)Combinatorics is a fundamental mathematical discipline which focuses on the study of discrete objects and their properties. The current workshop brought together researchers from diverse fields such as Extremal and ... 
1701  Combinatorics
[OWR20171] (2017)  (01 Jan  07 Jan 2017)Combinatorics is a fundamental mathematical discipline that focuses on the study of discrete objects and their properties. The present workshop featured research in such diverse areas as Extremal, Probabilistic and Algebraic ... 
1316  Combinatorics and Probability
[OWR201318] (2013)  (14 Apr  20 Apr 2013)The main theme of this workshop was the use of probabilistic methods in combinatorics and theoretical computer science. Although these methods have been around for decades, they are being refined all the time: they are ... 
0918  Combinatorics and Probability
[OWR200923] (2009)  (26 Apr  02 May 2009)The effective application of probabilistic reasoning in the study of problems in diverse areas is one of the most exciting recent developments in Mathematics. Probabilistic methods turned out to be very powerful in Discrete ... 
1616  Combinatorics and Probability
[OWR201622] (2016)  (17 Apr  23 Apr 2016)For the past few decades, Combinatorics and Probability Theory have had a fruitful symbiosis, each benefitting from and influencing developments in the other. Thus to prove the existence of designs, probabilistic methods ... 
0644  Combinatorics, Probability and Computing
[OWR200648] (2006)  (29 Oct  04 Nov 2006)The conference was organized by Noga Alon (Tel Aviv), B\'ela Bollob\'as (Cambridge and Memphis) and Ingo Wegener (Dortmund). The programme consisted of 8 main lectures, supplemented by 21 shorter contributions, and covered ... 
1542  Computational Geometric and Algebraic Topology
[OWR201545] (2015)  (11 Oct  17 Oct 2015)Computational topology is a young, emerging field of mathematics that seeks out practical algorithmic methods for solving complex and fundamental problems in geometry and topology. It draws on a wide variety of techniques ... 
0627  Computational Group Theory
[OWR200630] (2006)  (02 Jul  08 Jul 2006)The workshop \emph{Computational Group Theory} was the fifth of this title held at Oberwolfach. It was attended by $54$ participants with broad geographic representation from four continents. Among the participants were~$10$ ...