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 The 2nd RIMS Joint Research

'Designs, Codes, Graphs and Related Areas'


 

This is a RIMS joint research held as a part of the joint research service of Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) in the 2013 fiscal year. This research is primarily concerned with theoretical and applied aspects of discrete structures in all branches of combinatorics, with special emphasis on design theory, coding theory and graph theory, as well as their linkage with other related areas such as discrete geometry, probability theory, statistics and so on. It is our hope that this joint research will create new good relationships among those people and trigger further new joint research.


Dates: July 1st to 3rd, 2013 

Place: Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Room 111
Kyoto University, 
Kyoto 606-8502 Japan








Organizers

Hiroshi Nozaki (Chair, Aichi University of Education)

Jun Fujisawa (Keio University)

Masatake Hirao (Tokyo Woman's Christian University)

Masnori Sawa (Nagoya University)



Confirmed Speakers


Satoshi Aoki (Kagoshima University)

Alexander Barg (University of Maryland)


Ryoh Fuji-Hara (Tukuba University)

Yuichiro Fujiwara(California Institute of Technology)


Alexey Glazyrin (University of Texas at Brownsville)

Akihiro Higashitani (Osaka University)

Mikio Kano (Ibaraki University)
Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (National Institute of Informatics)

Oleg Musin (University of Texas at Brownsville)

Takayuki Okuda (Tohoku University)

Michiaki Onodera (Kyushu University)


Bruce Reed (McGill University)

Hiroto Sekido (Kyoto University)

Keisuke Shiromoto (Kumamoto University)

Ferenc Szollosi (Tohoku University)

Yuan Xu (University of Oregon)


Acknowledgements

This joint research is supported in part by RIMS.
We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation
 for their financial support and all persons in RIMS involved.

Part of this research is also supported by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research B,  No. 22340016, 
the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences

Updated: 4th July 2013