Opening Registration
Acceptance of first attendees
Final Registration Date
Acceptance of other attendees
Session: How to design an open problem (by Prof. Louigi Addario-Berry).
Final submission of open problems
Start of the workshop
Conference Dinner at Stories
Friday Afternoon drinks at 100 Watt Brewery
Social activity: Kayaking/Canoeing at the Dommel, Cycling to Achelse Kluis, and Escape Rooms
Drinks and Dinner at Trafalgar Pub
End of the workshop

About the Workshop

On August 22-30 2022, the RandNET Summer School and Workshop on Random Graphs will take place in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The main goal of this event is two-fold: to facilitate new international collaborations between junior researchers and to serve as a meeting point between the members of the multi-university RandNET network . In the past two years it has been harder to work on fun problems together, so hopefully we can start some joint projects during the workshop!

The academic programme is divided into two blocks (22-26 August, and 28-30 August), and on August 27, there a social activity. We also offer lunch and two conference dinners (Wednesday, August 24, and August ).

Each afternoon, we will work on open problems in small groups. All participants are invited to submit open problems at any time (also during the workshop).

In the mornings, there will be a more traditional program with four mini courses and invited and contributed talks. We are happy to announce the four mini courses:

Tom Hutchcroft - Percolation on finite transitive graphs
Mihyun Kang - Phase transitions in random graphs - Slides
Grégory Miermont - A quick tour of random maps
Minmin Wang - Scaling limits of random graphs - Lecture notes

The invited talks are

Guillaume Chapuy - Synchronizing Words in Random Automata,
Cecilia Holmgren - Split trees -- A unifying model for many important random trees of logarithmic height, and
Miklos Racz - Correlated stochastic block models: graph matching and community recovery.

Some financial support to contribute to travel and accommodation costs is still available (priority is given to junior researchers). Please contact us during the workshop if you need some additional funding.

The workshop is generously funded by RandNET, NETWORKS and Eurandom.

We are looking forward to meeting you at this enjoyable, inspiring, and, hopefully, productive workshop!


Here you can find the program and abstracts, each morning (8.30-12) there are lectures and talks in either Luna 1.050 or Gemini Zuid 1.01. In the afternoons (13.15 - 18.00), from August 23 onwards, we will work on open problems in small meeting rooms in Metaforum. Each afternoon session starts with two parallel progress-report sessions in MF 11/12 and MF 15.

Retrieving funding

Please hand over your filled in declaration form to Robin (eurandom [dot] office [at] tue [dot] nl) before the end of the workshop, including all your receipts.