Recent Advances in Extremal Combinatorics

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Extremal Combinatorics is a rapidly developing branch of mathematics, which has many far-reaching applications in computer science, coding theory, operations research, biology, and other natural and social sciences. The workshop will focus on a wide range of areas within extremal combinatorics, focusing on recent advances. Some specific areas that will be covered include Extremal Graph and Hypergraph Theory, Ramsey theory, structural questions on graphs with an extremal flavor, probabilistic questions on graphs and hypergraphs, and connections of extremal combinatorics to problems in computer science. The workshop aims to bring the world-class top researchers as well as exciting rising young researchers together, to stimulate the further development of the field, to foster interactions between leading experts and junior researchers, and to enhance the connection between the Chinese extremal combinatorics community and its international counterpart.


Tao JiangMiami University, USA
Jie MaUniversity of Science and Technology of China
Dhruv MubayiUniversity of Illinois at Chicago, USA


Lo Siu Lun AllanUniversity of Birmingham, UK
Guantao ChenGeorgia State University, USA
David ConlonOxford University, UK
Shagnik DasFreie Universität Berlin, Germany
Louis DeBiasioMiami University, USA
Andrzej DudekWestern Michigan University, USA
Zoltan FurediAlfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary
Jie HanUniversidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Penelope Evelyn HaxellUniversity of Waterloo, Canada
Hao HuangEmory University, USA
Qing JiTianjing University, China
Tao JiangMiami University, USA
Hal KiersteadArizona State University, USA
Alexandr KostochkaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Michael KrivelevichTel Aviv University, Israel
Andrey KupavskiiMoscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia
Xueliang LiNankai University, China
Hong LiuUniversity of Warwick, UK
Po-Shen LohCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Linyuan LuUniversity of South Carolina, USA
Jie MaUniversity of Science and Technology of China
Theodore MollaUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Dhruv MubayiUniversity of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Richard MycroftUniversity of Birmingham, UK
Balazs PatkosAlfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungary
Xing PengTianjing University, China
Yuejiang PengHunan University, China
Andrzej Jozef RucinskiAdam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland
Mathias SchachtUniversity of Hamburg, Germany
Asaf ShapiraTel Aviv University, Israel
Jozef SkokanLondon School of Economics, UK
Jozsef SolymosiUniversity of British Columbia, Canada
Maya Jakobine SteinUniversity of Chile, Santiago, Chile
Tibor Andras SzaboFreie Universität Berlin, Germany
Caroline Amelia TerryUniversity of Maryland, USA
Prasad TetaliGeorgia Institute of Technology, USA
Norihide TokushigeUniversity of the Ryukyus, Japan
Andrew TreglownUniversity of Birmingham, UK
Jun WangShanghai Normal University, China
Yi WangDalian University of Technology, China
Fan WeiStanford University, USA
Douglas WestZhejiang Normal University, China
Hehui WuFudan University, China
Baogang XuNanjing Normal University, China
Guiying YanChinese Academy of Sciences, China
Libo YangNankai University, China
Liana YepremyanUniversity of Oxford, UK
Xingxing YuGeorgia Institute of Technology, USA
Xuding ZhuZhejiang Normal Univerisity, China