International Conference on Relations, Orders and Graphs: Interaction with Computer Science

12-15 May 2008 - Mahdia, Tunisia


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    News and Announcements:

    13-8-2007:  The best papers will be published in a special issue of the "European Journal of Combinatorics".


    In Honor of

    Gérard Lopez       &     Maurice Pouzet


    Relational structures and particularly Ordered sets and Graphs are at the root of several branches in Mathematics and offer a wide range of challenging research problems. There are also the fundamental models in several applied sciences such as Computer science, Operation Research and Social Sciences. This creates a strong and dynamic interaction between theory and application. 


    The purpose of this conference is to highlight some of the major theoretical advances in the fields of Relations theory, Ordered sets and Graphs and to stress their role in Computer Science.


    ROGICS’08 also seeks to bring together researchers and scientists covering topics from both the Mathematics and Computer Sciences area. The wide scope of the conference should provide an excellent opportunity for sharing ideas and problems amongst specialists.


    ROGICS'08 is organized by:


    Dynamic Systems and Combinatorics Lab

     Faculty of Science, University of Sfax.


    Ordered Sets, Visualization and Graph Drawing Lab.

    School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa.





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    Designed By: Ahmed Jeddah


    Important Dates

    Submission of Papers:         January 15,2008

    Notification of Acceptance:    March 1,2008

    Final Version:                   April 1,2008











    Conference Sponsors

    University of Sfax

    Virtual University of Tunisia


    TMS: Tunisian Mathematical Society