We are organizing Discrete Geometry Days, a conference on Discrete Geometry.

Dates: June 21 to June 24, 2016
Math. Inst. of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics
   Egry József u. 1., Budapest
  Building H, Room 607 (6th floor)

The conference is to serve as a meeting point for people working in areas of geometry that are relatively close to each other. Topics to be covered include  packing and covering questions, Helly-type problems, topological methods in geometry, rigidity, finite dimensional normed spaces, Banach-Mazur distance and other areas of discrete geometry brought by the participants.


Ákos G. Horváth
Zsolt Lángi
Márton Naszódi
Konrad Swanepoel

Invited speakers

Bárány, Imre, Rényi Institute, Budapest / UCL London
Bezdek, Károly, University of Calgary / University of Pannonia
Bisztriczky, Ted, University of Calgary / York University
Böröczky Jr., Károly, Rényi Institute / ELTE / CEU, Budapest
Csikós, Balázs, Eötvös University, Budapest
Füredi, Zoltán, Rényi Institute, Budapest / University of Illinois, Urbana
Henk, Martin, Technische Universität Berlin
Holmsen, Andreas, KAIST, Republic of Korea
Montejano, Luis, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Oliveros, Deborah, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Solymosi, József, University of British Columbia, Vancouver