Intersection Theory of Matroids: Variations on a Theme
Photo credit: May-Li Khoe
Erdős Covering Systems
The Cluster Expansion in Combinatorics
Sublinear Expanders and Their Applications
Transversals in Latin Squares
Photo credit: Petra Lein, Copyright: MFO
Finite Field Models in Additive Combinatorics - Twenty Years On
Photo credit: Dan Komoda, Institute of Advanced Study
The Slice Rank Polynomial Method — A Survey a Few Years Later
Richard Rado Lecturer
An Introduction to Transshipments Over Time
Oriented Trees and Paths in Digraphs
Probabilistic Combinatorics organised by Gal Kronenberg (Oxford)
Extremal Combinatorics organised by Eoin Long (Birmingham) and Candida Bowtell (Warwick)
Combinatorial Optimisation organised by László Végh (LSE)
Combinatorial Geometry and Matroids organised by Felipe Rincón (QMUL)
Designs/Algebraic Combinatorics organised by Sophie Huczynska (St Andrews)
Additive Combinatorics organised by Thomas Bloom (Oxford)
The British Combinatorial Committee (BCC) announces its second BCC PhD Prize in Combinatorics, to be awarded at the 30th British Combinatorial Conference for an outstanding UK PhD thesis in the field of Combinatorics, broadly interpreted. Details concerning eligibility, the nomination process, dates, and the award of the prize can be found at the BCC PhD Thesis Prize webpage.
Participants will be encouraged to submit an abstract on a topic related to the conference and give a 20-minute presentation.
We expect many participants to arrive on Sunday evening. The academic schedule will run from 9am on Monday until 5pm on Friday.
We are grateful for financial support from the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research and the British Combinatorial Committee. The conference is organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute.
The principal organisers are Felix Fischer and Robert Johnson.