Dates: 22 – 28 January 2023

Venue: University of Mpumalanga (Tfokomala Hotel & Conference Centre)

Graph theory studies mathematical structures called graphs, which is a mathematical structure that studies pairwise relations between objects, and their properties.

The workshop’s core objective is the sharing of knowledge through research-oriented lectures by established researchers in graph theory, contributed talks by postgraduate students, and finally research collaborations on some proposed open questions in graph theory. In particular, the workshop is organised to run for seven days, where three of the days are aimed at lectures and presentations, followed by two days of intensive group collaborations on the proposed problem. The workshop aims to create a platform for information sharing and training between the various generations of researchers in graph theory.

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January 22, 2023 January 28, 2023

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