A school on Graph Theory will be organized from June 11 to June 15, 2018, in Sète, France. The purpose of the school is to cover several aspects of modern graph theory. The school will consist of four series of lectures on the following topics:

  • Orientations of planar graphs with applications, by Stefan Felsner.
  • Input-sensitive enumerations, by Petr Golovach.
  • Ideas for approximation algorithms: Matchings, Edge-colorings and the Travelling Salesman, by András Sebő.
  • Enumerational approach and concepts in theoretical computer science and engineering, by Takeaki Uno.


Please fill the Registration Form

Early registration fees (by May 4, 2018) are the following. They include full pension housing from Sunday June 10 dinner to Friday June 15 lunch.

  • Students and postdocs (in double rooms): 350 euros
  • Permanent academic staff (in single rooms): 450 euros
  • Industrial (in single rooms): 500 euros
  • CNRS Members: free (CNRS members are people whose salary is paid by CNRS)

Late registration (after May 4, 2018) might still be possible (if some rooms are still available), but the above fees will increase by 100 euros.

Scientific committee

Organizing committee


This school is sponsored by the CNRS, and by the ANR, through ANR project GraphEN.

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