Combinatorial Problems of Strings and Graphs and Their Applications in Bioinformatics Part 1

(30 Mar 2020–24 Apr 2020)

Organizing Committee



  • Sohel Rahman  (Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology)

Contact Information

General Enquiries: ims(AT)
Scientific Aspects Enquiries: ksung(AT)


Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics concerning the study of finite or countable discrete structures. It finds applications in various domains. In particular, due to advances in biotechnology, applications in biology and medical research have increased, many of which arose from the study of bio-molecular sequences and their interaction. This program aims to investigate the combinatorial problems in strings and graphs and their applications in biological science, hoping to explore new ideas and techniques in analyzing these big datasets.


Please note that our office will be closed on the following public holiday.
– 10 Apr 2020, Good Friday.

Tutorial on a Special Topic Related Combinatorial Methods for Strings and Graphs30 Mar 2020View
International Conference and Workshops on Algorithms and Computation (WALCOM) 2020 31 Mar–2 Apr 2020 View
Informal Discussion (Cancelled)3–16 Apr 2020N/A
Meeting on proposing new combinatorial computational problems (with application in bioinformatics) (Cancelled)17 Apr 2020N/A
Workshop on Computational Methods for String and Graph and Their Applications in Bioinformatics (Cancelled)20 Apr 2020N/A
Informal Discussion (Cancelled)21–24 Apr 2020N/A
Combinatorial Problems for Strings and Graphs and Their Applications in Bioinformatics – Part 24–15 Apr 2022N/A


IMS Auditorium and online

List of Speakers and Talks' Video

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