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New Directions in Combinatorics
(9 - 27 May 2016)

 

Organizing Committee · Visitors and Participants · Overview · Activities · Venue

 

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 Overview


The main focus of our program is on the areas of Design Theory and Additive Combinatorics. Design Theory originally deals with problems of arranging objects according to certain rules. In recent years, it has found important applications in Computer Science, Statistics, and Digital Communication. In particular, there is a wide variety of applications of Designs Theory in Coding and Cryptography. Additive Combinatorics is an area connecting Additive Number Theory and Combinatorics, which has experienced tremendous growth over the past decade. In particular, methods from Combinatorics have been used successfully to attack deep problems in Number Theory. The aim of the program is to bring together academic researchers in Design Theory and Additive Combinatorics to explore new techniques and problems that related these two areas.


 Activities


The program consists of mini-courses, one workshop and two weeks of informal discussions involving well-established experts as well as PhD students and postdoctoral researchers.


 

Date:

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

 

Venue:

NUS University Hall Auditorium
Lee Kong Chian Wing, Level 2,
21 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119077

 

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Apple vs Samsung: a Mathematical Battle
James Davis, University of Richmond, USA


Students and researchers who are interested in attending these activities are requested to complete the online registration form.

The following do not need to register:

  • Those invited to participate.


 

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Organizing Committee · Visitors and Participants · Overview · Activities · Venue

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