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General information

The GraphMasters series of workshops was initiated in 2010 by Professor Mirka Miller (right). Mirka liked nothing more than finding and wrestling with new and interesting problems. With this in mind, the mission of GraphMasters was determined to be a forum, not so much for the dissemination of results, but to introduce recent developments, challenging problems and new ideas to a community of researchers. In this way GraphMasters is particularly valuable to students and early career researchers. Occasionally distinguished keynote speakers are invited to present a survey of a particular field of research to a select audience.

The workshop is by invitation only. The first meeting of the GraphMasters series occurred in ITB Bandung, Indonesia on 18th - 19th December, 2010. Subsequent GraphMasters meetings are listed below.

If you are interested in hosting a GraphMasters gathering, please contact any member of the Steering Committee or Joe Ryan, at the address given at the bottom of this page.

Steering Committee

  • Edy Tri Baskoro, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia
    University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Josep M. Miret, University de Lleida, Spain
  • Gabriela Araujo P., Univesidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
  • Joe Ryan, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Zdenek Ryjacek, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic
    University of Newcastle, Australia

GraphMasters Workshops

  1. GM1:- Bandung, Indonesia
  2. GM2:- Newcastle, Australia
  3. GM3:- Bandung Indonesia
  4. GM4:- Lleida, Spain
  5. GM5:- Newcastle, Australia
  6. GM6:- Shanghai, China
  7. GM7:- Lleida, Spain
  8. GM8:- Bandung, Indonesia
  9. GM9:- Malang, Indonesia
  10. GM10:- Lleida, Spain
  11. GM11:- Newcastle, Australia
  12. GM12:- Pilsen, Czech Republic
  13. GM13:- Jember, Indonesia
  14. GM14:- Newcastle, Australia
  15. GM15:- Xi'an, China
  16. GM16:- Lleida, Catalonia
  17. GM17:- Lleida, Catalonia



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

GraphMasters would like to thank host institutions and individual sponsors for their support of specific GraphMasters Workshops.

Joe Ryan