Day 1: June 30, Monday 
09:00  Registration 
 
 
09:30  Opening 
 
 
 Session 1: Bifurcation 
  session chair: Gergely Röst 
9:40   Lajos Győrffy  Pairing strategies for $k$inarow games  
10:10     
 
10:40  Break 
11:00  Plenary Talk 
  Pawel Pilarczyk  Computational homology  
 
11:50  Break 
 Session 2: Differential equations 1 
  session chair: Gergely Röst 
12:00   János Benke  Asymptotic inference for linear stochastic differential equations with distributed time delay  
12:30   István Balázs  Optimization of data transfer rate in networks by differential equations with queueing delay  
 
13:00  Lunch 
 Session 3: Differential equations 2 
  session chair: Gergely Röst 
14:20   Claudia Mihit  Nonuniform asymptotic properties of skewevolution semiflows with growth rates on the halfline  
14:50     
 
15:20  Break 
 Session 4: Geometry 1 
  session chair: Ferenc Fodor 
15:40   Kristóf Kovács  Solving the 1median problem on a network with continuous demand and demand surplus  
16:10     
 
16:40  Break 
 Session 5: Geometry 2 
  session chair: Ferenc Fodor 
17:00     
17:30   Tivadar Danka  Universality limits for generalized Jacobi measures  
18:00     
 
18:30  Free program 
19:00  Reception 
  At Rector's Building.  
 

Day 2: July 1, Tuesday 
 Session 1: Partial differential equations 
  session chair: Mónika Polner 
9:10     
9:40   Daniela Gurban  Potential systems with mean curvature operator in Minkowski space  
10:10   Edit Lázár  Can you motivate the Y and Zgeneration in the high education mainly in Maths and IT?  
 
10:40  Break 
11:00  Plenary Talk 
  Zoltán Horváth  Research, innovation and education in Infocommunication Technology  
 
 
11:50  Introduction 
  of the Association of Hungarian PhD and DLA Students, Scientific Section of Mathematics and Informatics  
 
 
12:00  Plenary Talk 
  John Milton  Transient stabilization of unstable states: why a stick balanced at the fingertip always falls?  
 
12:50  Lunch 
 Session 2: Algebra 1 
  session chair: Tamás Waldhauser 
14:20   Zsolt Vizi  Pairwise approximation for SIR type network epidemics with nonMarkovian recovery  
14:50   Péter Ivanics  Twodimensional moduli spaces of irregular Higgs bundles  
 
15:20  Break 
 Session 3: Algebra 2 
  session chair: Tamás Waldhauser 
15:40   Miklós Kornyik  Random matrices and orthogonal polynomials  
16:10   János Dudás  The stability of the 3dimensional Ricker map  
 
 
16:40  Social Program 
  Visit the Informatorium at SzentGyörgyi Albert Agóra.  
 
 
19:00  Gala Dinner 
  At Rector's Building.  
 

Day 3: July 2, Wednesday 
 Session 1: Stochastics 
  session chair: László Viharos 
9:10   Attila Földvári  The complexity of the equation solvability problem over semipattern groups  
9:40     
10:10   Ádám Kunos  Critical relations of the $2k$crown poset  
 
10:40  Break 
 Session 2: Analysis 
  session chair: László Viharos 
11:00   Fanni Nedényi  Iterated limits for aggregation of randomized INAR(1) processes  
11:30     
12:00   Violeta Crai  On the robustness of some general concepts of dichotomy and trichotomy for evolution operators in Banach spaces  
 
12:30  Lunch 
 Session 3: Combinatorics 
  session chair: Péter Hajnal 
13:50   Alexander Maletzky  Computerassisted exploration of Gröbner bases theory in Theorema  
14:20   Noémi Nagy  Approximate Jensenconvexity and convexity with respect to a subfield  
14:50   Rovana Boruga  Polynomial asymptotic behaviours for dynamical systems in Banach spaces  
 
 
15:20  Closing 
 
