Robin Thomas was a renowned mathematician and Regents' Professor in the School of Mathematics at Georgia Tech, who passed away on March 26, 2020, following a long struggle against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. He made major contributions to the development of graph theory and related fields, proving significant results and mentoring students and junior researchers. This workshop is combined with the Atlanta Lecture Series in Graph Theory and Combinatorics, and will focus on recent advances in graph theory and combinatorics that are related to the work of Robin Thomas.
The conference will be held at Bill Moore Student Success Center Press Room A & B, located at 225 North Avenue NW, Atlanta, GA 30332. Area 1 visitor parking is closest to the conference center (You can find it by search "Georgia Tech Area 1 Visitor Parking" in Google Map). For detailed parking options, see the Parking Map here.
There is no registration fee. However, please register, in order to let us know that you will be attending the conference. We have limited funds that can be used to support graduate students and junior researchers, in particular those from underrepresented groups. Please let us know when you register. For any question related to registration and financial support, please conatct Zhiyu Wang (zwang672 at gatech.edu).