GraphMasters 11

Newcastle, Australia, August 11 - 13, 2014

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General information

The GraphMasters workshops is a series of informal meetings of small groups of researchers working on various recent developments and open problems in Graph Theory. A particular GraphMasters meeting is usually concerned with just a small number of related open problems. The workshop is by invitation only.


  • Mirka Miller (co-chair), University of Newcastle, Australia
    University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic
  • Joe Ryan (co-chair), University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Novi Herawati Bong, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Cyriac Grigorious, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Bhagya Munasinghe, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
  • Oudone Phanalasy, University of Newcastle, Australia,
    National University of Laos, Laos
  • Dushyant Tanna, University of Newcastle, Australia

Keynote Speakers and Talks

  • Brian Alspach, University of Newcastle, Australia: Vertex Truncations of Graphs
  • Peter Eades, University of Sydney, Australia: Almost Planar Graphs
  • Paul Manuel, Kuwait University, Kuwait: Revisiting #P-complete Problems
  • Bharati Rajan, Loyola College, Chennai, India & University of Newcastle, Australia: Graph Energy
  • Jennie Seberry, University of Wollongong, Australia: Colouring Conference Matrices

Invited Speakers and Talks

  • Samuel Jayaseelan, Loyola College, Chennai, India: On Pebbling Number of a Jahangir Graph
  • Thomas Kalinowski, University of Newcastle, Australia: (Hyper)graphs and regular antichains
  • Yuqing Lin, University of Newcastle, Australia: The number of maximal state circles of plane graphs with applications
  • Judy-Anne Osborn, University of Newcastle, Australia: A problem of path counting on two lattices
  • Oudone Phanalasy, University of Newcastle, Australia and National University of Laos, Laos: Antimagic graphs
  • Leanne Rylands, University of Western Sydney, Australia: An antimagic graph for every degree sequence
  • Albert William, Loyola College, Chennai, India: Topological Properties of Silicate Networks
Selected students from the University of Newcastle PhD program will also be invited to present problems related to their work on graph and network theory.



This series of workshops is a joint initiative of the Graph Theory and Applications Research Group (GTA), School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and CARMA, Computer Assisted Research Mathematics and its Applications, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, both within the University of Newcastle, Australia.

Mirka Miller, Joe Ryan
Email:   mirka.miller[at], joe.ryan[at]