26 June – 28 June 2014
Castro Urdiales, CIEM Spain
The advanced lecture course is aimed to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and young scientists. It is articulated into five different mini-courses covering the main topics of the Applied Algebraic Topology Workshop.
The selected topics and corresponding lecturers are the following:
(A) Topology of robot motion planning, given by Alexander Dranishnikov (University of Florida);
(B) Topology of configuration spaces, given by Dirk Schütz (University of Durham);
(C) Stochastic topology, given by Roy Meshulam (Technion, Israeli Institute of Technology);
(D) Topological methods in combinatorics and in discrete mathematics, given by Pavle Blagojević (Free University of Berlin);
(E) Sheaves and the topology of networks, given by Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania).