1.Heilbronn Annual Conference 2014 
Dates  11 Sep 2014 → 12 Sep 2014  [ID=631039] 
Location  Bristol, United Kingdom 
Abstract  The 2014 Heilbronn Annual Conference will be held at the University of Bristol on the 11th and 12th September. A number of distinguished mathematicians are invited to present lectures, intended to be accessible to a mixed audience of mathematicians. 
Weblink  http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/events/meetings/meeting/index.php?meeting_id=130 
Contact  Email: heilbronncoordinator@bristol.ac.uk 
Related subject(s)  Number Theory, Arithmetic; Probability and Statistics, Game Theory 
 
2.7th Cracow Conference on Graph Theory 
Dates  14 Sep 2014 → 19 Sep 2014  [ID=597648] 
Location  Rytro, Poland 
Weblink  http://www.7ccgt.agh.edu.pl 
 
3.Additive Combinatorics @ Bristol 2014 
Start date  18 Sep 2014  [ID=639711] 
Location  School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, United Kingdom 
Weblink  http://www.juliawolf.org/seminars/lmsheilbronn.shtml 
Related subject(s)  Number Theory, Arithmetic 
 
4.Block Course  Towards the Polynomial FreimanRuzsa Conjecture 
Dates  06 Oct 2014 → 23 Oct 2014  [ID=631758] 
Location  Freie Universität Berlin, Germany 
Abstract  One of the first results in Additive Combinatorics is the socalled FreimanRuzsa Theorem, which states that a set with small sumset is in fact a subset of a generalized arithmetic progression. This theorem has emerged as an important cornerstone of the field, and many related questions are still unknown. 
Weblink  http://wwwma2.upc.edu/jrue/BlockCourse.html 
 
5.IWOCA 2014 — International Workshop on Combinatorial Algorithms 
Dates  15 Oct 2014 → 17 Oct 2014  [ID=622016] 
Location  Duluth, Minnesota, United States 
Abstract  IWOCA 2014 continues the long and wellestablished tradition of encouraging highquality research in theoretical computer science and bringing together specialists and young researchers working in the area. The scientific program will include invited lectures covering the areas of main interest, accepted contributed talks, posters, and a problems session. 
Topics  Algorithms and Data Structures, Applications (including Bioinformatics, Networking, etc.), Combinatorial Enumeration, Combinatorial Optimization, Complexity Theory (Structural and Computational), Computational Biology, Databases (Security, Compression and Information Retrieval), Decompositions and Combinatorial Designs, Discrete and Computational Geometry (including Graph Drawing), Graph Theory and Combinatorics 
Weblink  http://mcs.uwsuper.edu/iwoca2014/ 
 
6.Yamabe Memorial Symposium 2014: Current Topics in the Geometry of 3Manifolds 
Dates  17 Oct 2014 → 19 Oct 2014  [ID=615923] 
Location  Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States 
Weblink  http://math.umn.edu/yamabe/2014/ 
 
7.28th Midwest Conference on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing 
Dates  22 Oct 2014 → 24 Oct 2014  [ID=610423] 
Location  University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States 
Abstract  The Midwest Conferences on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing (MCCCC) are of small size (50 to 70 participants) and have been growing slowly. Papers cover a spectrum of pure and applied combinatorics, including graph theory, design theory, enumeration, and combinatorial computing. For 28th MCCCC, the invited speakers are: Brian Alspach; Saad ElZanati; Futaba FujieOkamoto; Joseph Gallian; Margaret Readdy; Ian Wanless. Contributed papers (1520 minutes talks) are very welcomed. 
Weblink  http://www.mcccc.info 
 
8.Probability, Trees and Algorithms 
Dates  02 Nov 2014 → 08 Nov 2014  [ID=591596] 
Location  Oberwolfach, Germany 
Organizer  Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach 
Weblink  http://www.mfo.de/www/schedule/2014/all 
Related subject(s)  Probability and Statistics, Game Theory 
 
9.AIM Workshop — Combinatorics and complexity of Kronecker coefficients 
Dates  03 Nov 2014 → 07 Nov 2014  [ID=611267] 
Location  Palo Alto, CA, United States 
Organizer  American Institute of Mathematics 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of Kronecker coefficients which describe the decomposition of tensor products of irreducible representations of a symmetric group into irreducible representations. We concentrate on their combinatorial interpretation, computational aspects and applications to other fields. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/ 
Related subject(s)  Algebra; Group Theory 
 
10.Colloquium on Combinatorics 2014 Ilmenau 
Dates  07 Nov 2014 → 08 Nov 2014  [ID=636642] 
Location  Ilmenau, Germany 
Weblink  https://www.tuilmenau.de/kolkom2014/ 
 
11.Combinatorial Optimization 
Dates  09 Nov 2014 → 15 Nov 2014  [ID=591649] 
Location  Oberwolfach, Germany 
Organizer  Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach 
Weblink  http://www.mfo.de/www/schedule/2014/all 
 
12.Inverse Moment Problems: The Crossroads of Analysis, Algebra, Discrete Geometry and Combinatorics 
Dates  11 Nov 2014 → 25 Jan 2015  [ID=553558] 
Location  Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National Univ, Singapore 
Abstract  Applications of moments of measures in polynomial optimization led to a number of breakthroughs in optimization and real algebraic geometry, as well as to better understanding of ways to encode measures. Other similar threads are recently seen in the theory of integration on polytopes and counting of integer points in polytopes, as well as in quantum computing. The aim of the program is to futher investigate relations between these topics and inverse moment problems, i.e., questions of reconstructing measures from a set of its moments, which are traditionally attacked by purely analytic tools. Activities will include two 45 day research conferences, one quantum computing workshop, and one graduate student winter school/workshops. 
Weblink  http://www2.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/014inverse/index.php 
Related subject(s)  Analysis; Algebra 
 
13.BGW2014  Bordeaux Graph Workshop 
Dates  19 Nov 2014 → 22 Nov 2014  [ID=636776] 
Location  Bordeaux, France 
Weblink  http://bgw.labri.fr/2014 
 
14.38th Australasian Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing 
Dates  01 Dec 2014 → 05 Dec 2014  [ID=597591] 
Location  Wellington, New Zealand 
Weblink  http://msor.victoria.ac.nz/Events/38ACCMCC 
 
15.VIII ALIO/EURO Workshop on Applied Combinatorial Optimization 
Dates  08 Dec 2014 → 10 Dec 2014  [ID=636858] 
Location  Montevideo, Uruguay 
Weblink  http://www.fing.edu.uy/en/alioeuro2014 
 
16.Perspectives in Lie Theory 
Dates  09 Dec 2014 → 28 Feb 2015  [ID=638053] 
Location  Pisa; Cortona; Rome, Italy 
Abstract  The Program includes three sessions of minicourses at Centro de Giorgi, Pisa: "Vertex algebras, Walgebras, and applications", December 920, 2014 and January 1218, 2015 (courses by Arakawa, Kac, Malikov); "Lie Theory and Representation Theory", January 19February 6, 2015 (courses by Premet, Serganova, Williamson); and "Algebraic topology, geometric and combinatorial group theory" February 828 2015 (courses by Reiner, Tillmann and Vogtmann).

Topics  Lie (super)algebra; Vertex algebra; configuration space; cluster algebra; quantum group; Walgebra 
Weblink  http://www.crm.sns.it/event/293/ 
Contact  Giovanna Carnovale
, Dipartimento di Matematica Universita' di Padova
; Email: lie.theory.pisa@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Algebra; Geometry and Topology 
 
17.Workdhop on Graph Theory and Combinatorics at FoCM 2014 
Dates  11 Dec 2014 → 13 Dec 2014  [ID=636844] 
Location  Montevideo, Uruguay 
Weblink  http://www.ime.usp.br/~yoshi/FoCM2014/ 
 
18.ANALCO15 — Analytic Algorithmics and Combinatorics 
Start date  04 Jan 2015  [ID=597351] 
Location  San Diego, California, United States 
Organizer  Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) 
Weblink  http://www.siam.org/meetings/analco15/ 
Related subject(s)  Applied Mathematics (in general); Algorithms 
 
19.DISORDERED SYSTEMS, RANDOM SPATIAL PROCESSES AND SOME APPLICATIONS.1 
Dates  05 Jan 2015 → 09 Jan 2015  [ID=609538] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirm.univmrs.fr/index.html/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2015&lang=en 
 
20.International workshop on graph decomposition 
Dates  19 Jan 2015 → 23 Jan 2015  [ID=609569] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirm.univmrs.fr/index.html/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2015&lang=en 
 
21.1st Indian Winter School on Diagrams 
Dates  27 Jan 2015 → 31 Jan 2015  [ID=639949] 
Location  Kolkata, India 
Abstract  The 25th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC 2014) will be held in Jeonju, Korea during December 1517, 2014. The symposium is intended to provide a forum for researchers working in algorithms and theory of computation. Papers presenting original research in the areas of algorithms and theory of computation are sought. Papers in relevant applied areas are also welcomed. 
Weblink  http://tcs.postech.ac.kr/isaac2014/ 
Related subject(s)  Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
22.Workshop on Algebraic, Number Theoretic and Graph Theoretic Aspects of Dynamical Systems 
Dates  02 Feb 2015 → 06 Feb 2015  [ID=639676] 
Location  UNSW, Sydney, Australia 
Weblink  http://web.maths.unsw.edu.au/~jagr/ADS_NT_GT.html 
Related subject(s)  Number Theory, Arithmetic; Applied Maths: Dynamic Systems, Control and Automation 
 
23.ICERM Semester Program: Phase Transitions and Emergent Properties 
Dates  02 Feb 2015 → 08 May 2015  [ID=592186] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  Emergent phenomena are properties of a system of many components which are only evident or even meaningful for the collection as a whole. A typical example is a system of many molecules, whose bulk properties may change from those of a fluid to those of a solid in response to changes in temperature or pressure. The basic mathematical tool for understanding emergent phenomena is the variational principle, most often employed via entropy maximization. The difficulty of analyzing emergent phenomena, however, makes empirical work essential; computations generate conjectures and their results are often our best judge of the truth.
The semester will include three workshops that will concentrate on different aspects of current interest, including unusual settings such as complex networks and quasicrystals, the onset of emergence as small systems grow, and the emergence of structure and shape as limits in probabilistic models. The workshops will (necessarily) bring in researchers in combinatorics and probability as well as statistical physics and related areas. We aim to have experimental contributors for workshops 1 and 2 where we will highlight the comparison between computational and theoretical modeling and the real world. This will be combined with computational modules for the student participants. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/sps15 
Related subject(s)  Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
24.ICERM Workshop: Crystals, Quasicrystals and Random Networks 
Dates  09 Feb 2015 → 13 Feb 2015  [ID=592174] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  The prototypical emergent phenomena are the bulk 'phases' of large collections of molecules, such as the fluid and solid phases. The solid phase is understood to emerge from an energy minimizing ideal crystal by the addition of random defects as energy increases from its minimum, the crucial/amazing fact being that the phase preserves something from the ideal crystal that unambiguously distinguishes it from the fluid phase. In this workshop we will focus on two significant variants of this classic picture: quasicrystals, and complex networks/random graphs. The analogue of energy minimizing crystals for quasicrystals are aperiodic tilings, such as the kite and dart tilings of Penrose, and for complex networks the analogue of energy minimizing crystals are (multipartite) extremal graphs, graphs which minimize the number of subgraphs of some type. The workshop will focus on extremal graphs and aperiodic tilings and on the 'solid' phases they are believed to yield when random defects are introduced. It is hoped that progress can be made by pooling the expertise of researchers interested in the various aspects of these subjects. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/sps15w1 
Related subject(s)  Applied Maths: Complex Networks 
 
25.Random Geometry — Random Graphs, Random Trees and Applications 
Dates  16 Mar 2015 → 20 Mar 2015  [ID=611684] 
Location  Cambridge, United Kingdom 
Organizer  Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences 
Weblink  http://www.newton.ac.uk/events.html 
Related subject(s)  Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers; Geometry and Topology 
 
26.ICERM Workshop: Small Clusters, Polymer Vesicles and Unusual Minima 
Dates  16 Mar 2015 → 20 Mar 2015  [ID=592162] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  This workshop will explore emergent phenomena in the context of small clusters, supramolecular selfassembly and the shape of selfassembled structures such as polymer vesicles. The emphasis will be on surprises which arise when common conditions are not satisfied, for instance when the number of components is small, or they are highly nonspherical, or there are several types of components. Interactions vary from hard sphere repulsion to competition between coarsegrained liquidcrystalline ordering competing with shape deformation. Examples of this behavior are common in materials such as bulk homopolymers (rubber), copolymers, liquid crystals and colloidal aggregates. A basic mathematical setting would be to consider small clusters of hard spheres with isotropic shortrange attractions and study the shape of the clusters as a function of the number of components. One known surprise is that highly symmetric structures are suppressed by rotational entropy. This emphasizes the need to accurately count the number of particle configurations that lead to the same final state. Small clusters can also generate anisotropic building blocks which can in turn serve as nano or mesoscale building blocks for supermolecules and bulk materials (supramolecular chemistry) freed from the limited scope of atoms and quantummechanical bonding. These structures frequently possess topological defects in their ground states because they lower the energy. The challenge is to determine the shape and equilibrium defect structure of such superatoms and the number and geometry of their arrangement. The number of defects determines the effective valence of the super atoms and the global geometry of their arrangement determines the types of directional bonding possible when defects are linked together. The phenomenon of the appearance of singularities/defects because they are minimizers not necessarily required by topology or boundary conditions is also encountered in the study of harmonic maps. Moving up to selfassembly of large numbers of units, block copolymers selfassemble into a wide variety of structures including vesicles, nanofibers and tori. Many of the structures formed are essentially twodimensional surfaces embedded in R3. The mathematical challenge is to find both the shape and the order of the assembled object. This requires minimizing of a functional that depends on both the local and global order of the relevant matter fields and the shape of the surface. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/sps15w2 
 
27.AIM Workshop: Dynamical algebraic combinatorics 
Dates  23 Mar 2015 → 27 Mar 2015  [ID=644308] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will focus on dynamical systems arising from algebraic combinatorics. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/dynalgcomb 
Related subject(s)  Applied Maths: Dynamic Systems, Control and Automation 
 
28.ICERM Workshop: Limit Shapes 
Dates  13 Apr 2015 → 17 Apr 2015  [ID=592216] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  Since the days of Boltzmann, it has been well accepted that natural phenomena, when described using tools of statistical mechanics, are governed by various "laws of large numbers." For practitioners of the field this usually means that certain empirical means converge to constants when the limit of a large system is taken. However, evidence has been amassed that such laws apply also to geometric features of these systems and, in particular, to many naturallydefined shapes. Earlier examples where such convergence could be proved include certain interacting particle systems, invasion percolation models and spin systems in equilibrium statistical mechanics.
The last decade has seen a true explosion of "limitshape" results. New tools of combinatorics, random matrices and representation theory have given us new models for which limit shapes can be determined and further studied: dimer models, polymer models, sorting networks, ASEP (asymmetric exclusion processes), sandpile models, bootstrap percolation models, polynuclear growth models, etc. The goal of the workshop is to attempt to confront this "ZOO" of combinatorial examples with older foundational work and develop a better understanding of the general limit shape phenomenon. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/sps15w3 
 
29.GME'2015 — Graph Modelling in Engineering 
Dates  22 Jun 2015 → 24 Jun 2015  [ID=613586] 
Location  BielskoBiala, Poland 
Abstract  The 3rd Conference on graph theory applications and modelling in versatile engineering sciences. Continuation of traditions of the conferences Graphs and Mechanics 1993 and 1999. The idea of the conference is to unite all graph applications in mechanial engineering, civil engineering, organization of production, logistics and mechatronics. All graphs and graph related stuctures are taken into account e.g. matroids, generalized networks, Petri networks, graph grammars e.t.c. Graph is an idea connecting fields and simultaneously it is more narrow then 'general indstrial mathematics' or 'mathematical modelling'  using e.g. differential equations. There are some conferences for bond graphs or graph grammars  only. We would like to join all these directions of investigations. 
Topics  mechanical engineering, civil engineering, mechatronics, biomechanics, design theory, robotics, graphs, hypergraphs, bond graphs, graph grammars, enumeration, analysis, synthesis, design, isomorphism, decomposition, decision trees, computer tools for graphs, graphs and CAD interaction 
Weblink  http://www.gm2015.ath.eu 
Contact  Professor Stan Zawislak, PhD, DSc.
, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science
, University of BielskoBiala; Phone: [+48 608 487 179]; Email: szawislak@ath.bielsko.pl 
Related subject(s)  Modeling and Simulation; Applied Mathematics (in general) 
 
30.Differential and combinatorial aspects of singularities 
Dates  03 Aug 2015 → 07 Aug 2015  [ID=644081] 
Location  TU Kaiserslautern, Germany 
Abstract  This conference will focus on aspects of singularity theory and complex algebraic geometry, including Dmodule theory, homological methods, (logarithmic) derivations and differential forms, topology of hypersurface singularities and arrangements of hyperplanes. 
Weblink  http://www.mathematik.unikl.de/agag/workshops/singconf2015 
Related subject(s)  Calculus, Differential Equations and Integration 
 
31.Additive Combinatorics in Marseille 2015 
Dates  07 Sep 2015 → 11 Sep 2015  [ID=609735] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirm.univmrs.fr/index.html/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2015&lang=en 
 
32.Spectrum of random graphs 
Dates  09 Nov 2015 → 13 Nov 2015  [ID=609827] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirm.univmrs.fr/index.html/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2015&lang=en 
 