American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto, California
Paul Seymour and Robin Thomas
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the recent solution of the Strong Perfect Graph Conjecture and its implications to further research in and applications of perfect graphs.
We are bringing together researchers in mathematics, computer science and operations research with common interest in the interdisciplinary area of perfect graphs. We hope especially to present new techniques, facilitate exchange of ideas, share available techniques and outline a strategy for future reseach.
The main questions to be addressed concern
Participants include Vaclav Chvatal, Maria Chudnovsky, Michele Conforti, Gerard Cornuejols, Matthew DeVos, Celina de Figuereido, Jean Fonlupt, Grigor Gasparyan, Bertrand Guenin, Ryan Hayward, Chinh Hoang, Claudia Linhares, Frederic Maffray, Ara Markosyan, Vahagn Pogosyan, Myriam Preissman, Bruce Reed, Neil Robertson, Lex Schrijver, Andras Sebo, Paul Seymour, Bruce Shepherd, Robin Thomas, Kristina Vuskovic, Giacomo Zambelli.
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