The Moscow conference on combinatorics and applications (MoCCA) will be held from May 31 to June 4 and from June 28 to July 2. The event is organized by the Phystech School of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science and the Laboratory of Combinatorial and Geometric Structures at MIPT.
MoCCA' 20 was planned back in the spring of 2020, but postponed due to the pandemic. This year, the conference will be held and will combine online and offline formats. The events of the conference are divided into two weeks: these are plenary talks and mini-symposia, a detailed schedule can be found on the website.
The conference will bring together experts from such fields as extremal combinatorics, graph and hypergraph theory, additive combinatorics, complex networks, random graphs and models, approximation algorithms, and optimization. MoCCA will become a platform for discussing complex problems in the field — both from fundamental and applied perspectives.
The organizers plan to hold an offline event on September 6-12. You can register for the next conference on the MoCCA page.