The 11th Hungarian-Japanese Symposium on Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications

May 27 — 30, 2019, Tokyo

About the Conference

This series of symposia started in 1999, aiming at providing a forum for researchers of Hungary and Japan working in discrete mathematics and its applications, promoting the exchange of recent results, and fostering new collaborations. It has resulted in quite a few successful joint publications between Hungarian and Japanese researchers. We are now happy to celebrate its 20th anniversary.


You can see a photo of the conference.

Submission Deadline

February 17, 2019February 28, 2019 (see Call for Papers for more detail).

Invited Speakers

Kristóf Bérczi (Eötvös Loránd University)
András Frank (Eötvös Loránd University)
Péter Frankl (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics)
Viktória Kaszanitzky (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Tamás Király (Eötvös Loránd University)
Takanori Maehara (RIKEN Center for Advanced Intelligence Project)
Péter Pál Pach (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
András Recski (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Kenjiro Takazawa (Hosei University)
Yuichi Yoshida (National Institute of Informatics)

Conference Location

Sanjo Conference Hall, the Hongo campus of the University of Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo.

Organizing Committee

  • Satoru Iwata (University of Tokyo)
  • Katie Clinch (University of Tokyo)
  • Kazuhisa Makino (Kyoto University)
  • Tasuku Soma (University of Tokyo)
  • Shin-ichi Tanigawa (University of Tokyo)
  • Yu Yokoi (National Institute of Informatics)

Program Committee

  • Hiroshi Hirai (University of Tokyo)
  • Takehiro Ito (Tohoku University)
  • Naonori Kakimura (Keio University)
  • Naoyuki Kamiyama (Kyushu University)
  • Yusuke Kobayashi (Kyoto University)

Advisory Board

  • András Frank (Eötvös Loránd University)
  • Hiroshi Imai (University of Tokyo)
  • Tibor Jordán (Eötvös Loránd University)
  • Gyula Y. Katona (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • Kazuo Murota (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
  • András Recski (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
  • Akihisa Tamura (Keio University)
  • Takeshi Tokuyama (Tohoku University)


Shin-ichi Tanigawa (hj2019 [at]


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