Advanced Courses
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 minicourses 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).