2016 Barbados Graph Theory Workshop
March 25 - April 1, 2016 at the
Bellairs Research Institute
of McGill University, in Holetown, Barbados.
For more information, contact the organizers, Bruce Reed and Paul Seymour.
Eli Berger, University of Haifa
Marthe Bonamy, Université Montpellier 2
Maria Chudnovsky, Princeton University
Matt Devos, Simon Fraser University
Vida Dujmovic, University of Ottawa
Zdenek Dvorak, Charles University
Hannah Guggiari, University of Oxford
Chinh Hoang, Wilfred Laurier University
Gwenael Joret, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Peter Keevash, University of Oxford
Ringi Kim, Princeton University
Terka Klimosova, University of Warwick
Dan Kral, University of Warwick
Stephan Kreutzer, Technische Universität Berlin
Aurélie Lagoutte, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Chun-Hung Liu, Princeton University
Colin McDiarmid, University of Oxford
Natasha Morrison, University of Oxford
Jon Noel, University of Oxford
Sergey Norin, McGill University
Sang-Il Oum, KAIST (Daejeon)
Guillem Perarnau, McGill University
Luke Postle, University of Waterloo
Dieter Rautenbach, Universität Ulm
Bruce Reed, McGill University
Paul Seymour, Princeton University
Sophie Spirkl, Princeton University
Maya Stein, Universidad de Chile
Stéphan Thomassé, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
David Wood, Monash University
Liana Yepremyan, McGill University
Lena Yuditsky, McGill University
Open Problem Page
Here is a link to some open questions suggested by participants, and
maintained by Sophie Spirkl. Please contribute!
Friday (March 25)
Presentation of open problems;
here is a pdf file of the problems presented,
and notes on what we
proved about them during the week of the workshop.
Presentation of open problems (continued).
- Presentation of open problems (continued).
- Matt Devos: ``A graph invariant from quantum physics''
- David Wood, ``Layered tree decompositions''
- Paul Seymour, ``Finding balanced skew partitions in a Berge
- Maria Chudnovsky, ``Colouring Berge graphs''
- Progress reports (Matt Devos, Sergey Norin)
- Sergey Norin, ``Partitioning into parts with component-size
- Luke Postle and Marthe Bonamy, ``Progress on Reed's chi-Delta-omega conjecture''
- Gwenael Joret, ``Poset dimension for covering graphs''
- Chun-Hung Liu: ``Cycle lengths in graphs with large minimum degree''
- Progress reports (Maria Chudnovsky, Sergey Norin)
- Stephan Kreutzer, ``Directed grid theorem''
- Bruce Reed: ``Variants of the Erdos-Sos conjecture''
- Progress report (Paul Seymour)
- Progress report (Sang-Il Oum, Sergey Norin, Stéphan Thomassé)
- Guillam Perarnau, ``Giant component in a random graph with fixed
- Maya Stein, ``Regularity inheritance in pseudorandom graphs''
- Maria Chudnovsky, ``Even pairs and prisms in a Berge graph''
- Dan Kral, ``Testing first-order graph expressions''
- Sang-Il Oum, ``Graph partitioning and odd minors''
- Zdenek Dvorak, ``A conjecture on block count consistency for the four-colour
- Progress reports (Sang-Il Oum, Sophie Spirkl)
- Stéphan Thomassé, ``The Barat-Thomassen conjecture''
- Eli Berger, ``The Erdos-Hajnal conjecture for tournaments''
- Chinh Hoang, ``Colouring with excluded subgraphs''
- Dieter Rautenberg, ``Uniquely restricted matchings''
- Peter Keevash, ``Forbidden intersections''
is Peter Keevash's group photo.
And here, here, here, here, and here are five
from Matt Devos.