• A
  • A
  • A
  • ABC
  • ABC
  • ABC
  • А
  • А
  • А
  • А
  • А
Regular version of the site

We invite for participance students of bachelor, master and phd programs and young researchers, whose interests lie in the area of algebraic topology, discrete and algebraic geometry, and combinatorics.

Mission of the school

We want to gather young researchers and students who already work or just start the scientific projects on the intersection of equivariant topology and discrete mathematics. We plan to organize several lecture cycles from the leading scientists about new results in the areas mentioned above, as well as informal seminars and discussions. The school follows right after the international conference  devoted to the close subject. If you wish to take part in the conference as well - please, contact the organizers.

Topics of the school

  • Toric topology and toric geometry
  • Combinatorial methods in topology and topological methods in combinatorics
  • Random graphs and hypergraphs
  • Discrete and convex geometry

Lecturers

Mikiya Masuda

Osaka City University

Alexander Gaifullin

SkolTech and Steklov Institute of Mathematics

Ivan Arzhantsev

HSE University,Faculty of Computer Science

Victor Buchstaber

HSE University, International Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and Its Applications, Steklov Institute of Mathematics

Dmitry A. Shabanov

HSE University, International Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and Its Applications

 

Alexandr Polyanskii

Combinatorics and Geometry Lab MIPT

Andrey Kupavskii

Combinatorics and Geometry Lab MIPT

Oleg Musin

University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Sergei Lando

HSE University, International Laboratory of Cluster Geometry

Nikolai Dolbilin

Steklov Institute of Mathematics

Daniil Rudenko

The University of Chicago, Department of Mathematics

 

Organisers

Anton Ayzenberg

HSE University, International Laboratory of Algebraic Topology and Its Applications

Taras Panov

Lomonosov Moscow State University, HSE University

Alexander Gaifullin

SkolTech and Steklov Institute of Mathematics