HYBRID CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
(Marseille, France local time) https://www.thetimezoneconverter.com
Éric Balandraud (Université de Bordeaux)
Maria Axenovich (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
The conference Additive Combinatorics in Marseille 2020 [Combinatoire Additive à Marseille 2020 (CAM2020)] is a gathering of the international and French Additive Combinatorics community. It continues a tradition of conferences on Additive Combinatorics held in France every few years for about a decade: Paris (2012), Marseille (2015), Bordeaux (2016).
Additive Combinatorics is a field in rapid development. Besides presenting recent advances in Additive Combinatorics the program of the conference will highlight its various applications and interactions with other fields such as graph theory, algebra, dynamical systems, coding theory and other parts of combinatorics and number theory.
In about forty talks the field with its various ramifications will be presented. The scientific program will be completed with cultural activities promoting exchange among the participants in a more informal setting and will allow to celebrate Alain Plagne and his contributions to the field.
An effort will be made to keep the meeting open for early-career researchers as well as mathematicians in neighboring fields who are interested in the subject.
Discussion rooms will be available to registered conference participants via the link below. Your access code to the rooms is provided by the organizers.
This page is accessible with a password issued by CIRM.
Paul Baginski (Fairfield University)