6th Japanese-Hungarian Symposium
on Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
May 16-19, 2009 in Budapest, Hungary
The final (?) version of the program is here.
The list of talks in alphabetical order (by
speaker) is here.
The proceedings in PDF.
Where to eat around the institute?
a map here.
How to get to the city?
You find detailed information about this on the homepage of the
(formerly: Mathematical Research Institute
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences),
H-1053 Budapest, Reáltanoda utca
Phone number: (+36-1) 483
(+36-1) 483 8333.
Overhead projectors and projectors for PC are available
at in the auditorium. You can also use the PC there with Linux or
The institute is equipped with WiFi network, so if you bring your
laptop you can use it. Otherwise we will set up an account for you that
you can use with the terminals in the institute.
Registration will take place on Saturday morning at the
conference site between 8.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m.
We have a welcome
party on Saturday evening 18:30 and a conference banquet on Monday
are free of charge for participants.
How to go to the
The trams, subways and city buses operate with
pre-purchased tickets. One ticket costs 290 HUF, at each transfer you
have to validate a new ticket. You can buy tickets at ticket offices
which usually can be found at the entrances of subway stations. Tickets
must be validated upon boarding a tram or bus or upon entering the
subway station. There are other types of tickets: daily, weekly.
Depending on your plans, they may be a good deal. You can read about
the details here.
Saturday morning organisers will be available in the
lobby of Hotel Gellért and BME Professor's Guest House to
escort you to the conference site. It
takes about 20 minutes by tram. The
groups will leave at 8.15
is a map here indicating the
In Hungary the local currency is the Hungarian
Forint (HUF). The present exchange rate for one US dollar is about 215
Forints, one Yen is about 2.25 Forints. Major credit cards are accepted
at most shops.
If you wish to place an international call from
Hungary, dial 00, wait for a new dial tone and then start with country
code etc. If someone wish to reach you in Hungary from abroad, the area
code of Hungary is 36, followed by 1 for Budapest and then 7 more
(for example, +36-1-889-5500 for the Hotel Gellért, or
36-1-4838333 for the fax machine at the conference site).
In case of emergency, you can call
Cell phone: 06 30 754 6499
Work: 463 3161
Home: 223 5015
or Gyula Y. Katona
Cell phone: 06 30 6464 527
(If you call from outside of Budapest dial 06-1-xxx
xxxx, outside of Hungary 36-1-xxx xxxx.)
On behalf of the Organizing Committee
András Frank, Gyula Y. Katona and