Between Combinatorics and Topology, |
Jerusalem 24-28.11.14 |
9:00-10:45 | Nati Linial | A combinatorial approach to simplicial complexes |
11:00-13:00 | Ron Aharoni | Fair representation |
13:00-14:30 | Lunch | |
14:30-16:00 | Joel Hass | Knots, knot diagrams, and Reidemeister moves |
16:30-18:00 | A very vivid discussion on problems, questions, and new trends |
of combinatorial topology and topological combinatorics |
9:00-10:30 | Tadeusz Januszkiewicz | Topology of aspherical spaces and combinatorics |
10:45-12:15 | Yuval Peled | On the phase transition in random simplicial complexes |
12:30-14:00 | Lunch | |
14:00-15:30 | Gil Kalai | Topological Helly type theorems |
15:45-16:30 | Abigail Thompson | Triangulation of the 2-sphere |
9:00-10:30 | Roy Meshulam | Higher dimensional expansion |
10:45-11:45 | Nir Lazarovich | Uniqueness of regular CAT(0) complexes |
12:00-12:30 | Eran Nevo | How many n-vertex triangulations does the 3-sphere have? |
12:30-14:00 | Lunch | |
14:00-14:45 | Tomasz Elsner | Applications of minimal surfaces to systolic spaces |
14:50-15:35 | Yuri Rabinovich | On connectivity of the facet graphs |
of d-cycles, d-hypertrees and d-hypercuts | ||
15:40-16:15 | Deepak Rajendraprasad | On boundaries of the d-hypertrees |
9:00-10:30 | Chaim Even Zohar | Invariants of random knots and links |
10:40-11:40 | Sylwia Antoniuk | When does the random group stop being free |
11:50-12:50 | Elliot Paquette | Local spectral expansion in random complexes |
13:00-14:00 | Lunch |