The János Bolyai Mathematical Society, MTA-ELTE Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics Research Group, the Mathematics Institute of the Esterházy Károly College, and the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics are organizing the sixth event of the Emléktábla Workshop Series. The aim of the series is to gather young mathematicians to work on problems posed by experienced senior researchers. The topic of the sixth workshop is still combinatorics; more precisely finite geometry.

On the first
day the senior
participants give one lecture each presenting an area with many open
problems that we will solve during the rest of the week. Every other
day we will split up to smaller groups according to which problem we
want to work on. At the end of the day each group gives an informal
presentation about the long standing conjectures solved that day.

The first day of lectures will be held at the Rényi Institute in Budapest. Later that afternoon we travel to Eger. The rest of the workshop will be held at the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the Esterházy Károly College in Eger.

To get to Rényi Institute follow the instructions of its webpage.

Attendance of the first day lectures is free. If you come to Eger, accommodation (3 nights) and food (Monday dinner through Thursday lunch) and travel costs will be approximately 45000 HUF/person.

Due to the
limited capacity of the guest house in Eger we can accept at most 30 applications. To apply send an email to **emlektab at renyi dot hu**.

Aart Blokhuis, Technishce Universiteit Eindhoven

Willem H. Haemers, Tilburg University,

Leo Storme, Gent Universiteit,

and one speaker from the MTA-ELTE Geometric and Algebraic Combinatrics Research Group,

János Barát, MTA-ELTE GAC

Bence Csajbók, MTA-ELTE GAC

Péter Csikvári, Massachussets Institute of Technology

Jay Cummings, UC San Diego

Dániel Gerbner, MTA Rényi Institute

Andrzej Grzesik, Jagiellonian University

Tamás Héger, MTA-ELTE GAC

Balázs Keszegh, MTA Rényi Institute

Younjin Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Michal Lason, Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Wojciech Lubawski, Jagiellonian University

Padmini and Kasu Mukkamala, Gazdagrét Institute of Technology

Zoltán Lóránt Nagy, MTA Rényi Institute

Cory Palmer, University of Montana

Dömötör Pálvölgyi, Eötvös University

Balázs Patkós, MTA-ELTE GAC

Ago Riet, University of Tartu

Máté Vizer, MTA Rényi Institute

Dominik Vu, University of Memphis

Russ Woodroofe, Mississippi State University