WGT - Workshop on Graph Theory and Its Applications

WGT-Workshop on Graph Theory and Its Applications-X


Workshop on Graph Theory and Its Applications-X will be held in Vedat Yerlici Conference Hall on the roof floor of the Engineering building of Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey on October 14-15, 2022. Participation is free of charge. Please register on our registration page.

Financial support will be provided on a first comes first served basis for the accommodation and travel expenses of the participants from Turkey outside of İstanbul. Please indicate this in the related part of the registration form.

Topics of interest are everything related to graph theory and its applications, including but not restricted to:
  • Structural graph theory
  • Algorithmic graph theory
  • Algebraic graph theory
  • Spectral graph theory
  • Combinatorial design theory
  • Combinatorial optimization
  • Computational complexity
  • Applications of graph theory in all areas such as computer vision, robotics, and bioinformatics
Previously published or ongoing work can also be presented.

For all questions regarding the workshop, please email one of the organizers.

Invited Speakers

Bertrand Jouve (Toulouse Jean Jaurès University, France): Assortativity in graphs

Fabio Furini (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy): Integer programming techniques for maximum clique interdiction problems


You are welcome to submit short abstracts on topics related to the topics of WGT. The submission is done via filling out this form.
The registration deadline is October 9th (Sunday), 2022 at 23:55.

The participants requesting financial support has to have the invoice for their transportation be issued for Turkish Mathematical Sciences even if the tickets are bought personally. In particular, the following has to exist on the invoices:

Karaköy, Bankalar Cad. No.2 Minerva Han Beyoğlu-İstanbul
Beyoğlu Vergi Dairesi Vergi No: 8760609285


The closest (and cheapest) hotel to Bogazici University is Etiler Uygulama Oteli. It is within 25 minutes of walking distance and easily accessible by bus.

Another option is Bilek Hotel.

You can alternatively find a hotel around Taksim using booking.com and take the metro to the university.


The program on Friday will take place at VYKM-4, whereas the program on Saturday will take place at VYKM-2 (Vedat Yerlici Konferans Merkezi in the roof floor of the Engineering Building of Boğaziçi University).

The latest program is here.


We would like to thank İstanbul Center for Mathematical Sciences (IMBM) and Turkish Mathematical Society (TMD) for their support.