The Caesarea Rothschild Institute at the University of Haifa announces its:
  13th Haifa Workshop on Interdisciplinary Applications of
            Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and Algorithms
             Sunday-Tuesday, May 19-21, 2013
 and     *** CALL FOR PAPERS *** for contributed talks
 INVITED SPEAKERS: (alphabetically ordered)
   Nikhil Bansal	  (Eindhoven University of Technology, Nederland)
   Daniel Marx	  (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
   Laim Roditti	  (Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
   Hadas Shachnai  (Technion, Israel)
   Annegret Wagler (Universite Blaise Pascal, France)
   Shmuel Zaks	   (Technion, Israel)
       Submissions for contributed talks are invited for this year's
       The workshop emphasizes the diversity of the use of combinatorial
       algorithms and graph theory in application areas. Examples of such
       areas of interest include:
    - Randomized Algorithms 	- Networking
    - Graph Algorithms   	- Internet Congestion and Patterns
    - Computational Biology 	- Applied Combinatorics
    - Web Applications     	- Geometric Graphs and Computation
    - Optimization  	    	- Graph Theoretic Models
  Please submit abstracts (1-2 pages) to   <> 
  by April 4, 2011. The workshop is non-archival and has no proceedings;
  accepted abstracts will be available online. Papers that have been
  accepted to recent international conferences are particularly welcome,
  and should be so indicated in the submission.
 Submission: April 4;  Notification: April 15; Workshop: May 19-21, 2013
       The registration site will open shortly after Pesach.
 Please visit:    <>
  Martin Charles Golumbic (chair) (University of Haifa and CRI-Haifa)
  Haim Kaplan (Tel Aviv University)
  Eran London (Hadassah College)
  Gila Morgenstern (program co-chair) (CRI-Haifa)
  Seffi Naor (Technion)
  David Peleg (Weizmann Institute)
  Oren Weimann (program co-chair) (University of Haifa)
  Raphael Yuster (University of Haifa)
  Shira Zuker (Sapir Colledge)
Technion Math Net-2 (TECHMATH2)
Editor: Michael Cwikel   <> 
Announcement from:   Martin Charles Golumbic   <>