100 years of matching theory in Hungary

December 14, 2016, Budapest, Hungary



Schedule

    8:30-9:00  Registration


    9:00-9:45  András Recski (BME) - Matchings and matroids

  9:45-10:30  András Sebő (CNRS) - One third of a century of matching


10:30-11:00  Coffee break


11:00-11:45  Tamás Fleiner (BME) - Matchings, preferences and fixed points

11:45-12:30  Gyula Pap (EGRES) - Matroid matching and its applications


12:30-14:00  Lunch break


14:00-14:45  Daniel Paulusma (Durham University) - The stable fixtures problem with payments

14:45-15:30  Tamás Király (ELTE) - Submodular minimization and matchings


15:30-16:00  Coffee break


16:00-16:45  Katarina Cechlárová (Pavol Jozef Šafárik University) - Assignment of students to courses

16:45-17:30  Jannik Matuschke (TU Munich) - Robust randomized matchings

17:30-18:15  Kolos Ágoston (BCE) - Integer programming methods for special college admissions problems