# Scientific Program

The conference starts Monday morning and ends on Friday noon. There will be a number of **plenary talks** by invited speakers. Moreover, there will be **contributed talks** (20 minutes, plus 5 minutes for questions and discussion).

You can download the conference booklet and a schedule of the scientific program.

## Plenary Speakers

- Matt DeVos (Simon Fraser University): Very small product sets
- David J. Grynkiewicz (The University of Memphis): The Freiman 3k − 4 Theorem
- Vsevolod Lev (The University of Haifa at Oranim): Selected Problems in Additive Combinatorics
- Alain Plagne (École Polytechnique): The Davenport constant of a box (arXiv:1405.4363)
- Imre Z. Ruzsa (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics): More differences than multiple sums
- Wolfgang A. Schmid (LAGA, University Paris 8 and 13): Characteristic Sets of Lengths (arXiv:1503.04679)
- Pingzhi Yuan (South China Normal University): Unsplittable minimal zero-sum sequences over C
_{n}

## Contributed Talks

- Adhikari, Sukumar Das: Some classical Ramsey-type theorems: Early and recent applications
- Aistleitner, Christoph: Pair correlations and additive energy
- Bagdasaryan, Armen: A contribution to zero-sum problem with some applications
- Baginski, Paul: Elasticity in Arithmetic Congruence Monoids
- Bajnok, Béla: Open Problems About Sumsets in Finite Abelian Groups
- Beck, Vincent: Additive combinatorics methods in associative algebras
- Bhowmik, Gautami: Upper Bounds for the Davenport's Constant
- Candela, Pablo: Rokhlin's lemma, a generalization, and combinatorial applications
- Chen, Fang: Shorter long minimal zero-sum sequences over finite cyclic groups
- Chen, Yong-Gao: On a conjecture of Sárközy and Szemerédi
- Cristea, Ligia L.: On some properties of the generalised multinomial measure
- Cziszter, Kálmán: Connections between zero-sum theory and invariant theory
- Elsholtz, Christian: Second order differences between primes, for thin (but not too thin) sequences of primes
- Da Fonseca, Carlos M.: An integral formula for a finite sum of inverse powers of cosines
- Geleta, Hunduma Legesse: Fractional Hypergeometric Zeta Functions
- Hegyvári, Norbert: Character sum estimations for various problems in combinatorial number theory
- Hennecart, François: Expanders and good distribution
- Huicochea, Mario: An inverse theorem in F
_{p}and rainbow free colorings - Károlyi, Gyula: Long arithmetic progressions in subset sums and a conjecture of Alon
- Li, Yuanlin: Long zero-sum free sequences and n-zero-sum free sequences over finite cyclic groups
- Martinjak, Ivica: Bijective Proof of Extensions of the Sury's Identity
- Montejano, Amanda: The use of additive tools in solving arithmetic anti-Ramsey problems
- Nathanson, Melvyn B.: Sums of sets of lattice points (arXiv:1512.03130, arXiv:1511.06478, and arXiv:1511.03743)
- Pach, Péter Pál: On some Multiplicative Problems of Erdős
- Petridis, Giorgis: Translated Dot Products in Finite Fields
- Roche-Newton, Oliver: Structural sum-product estimates
- Saad Eddin, Sumaia: An effective van der Corput inequality
- Saito, Seiken: Mertens' theorems for Galois extensions
- Schlage-Puchta, Jan-Christoph: Subgroup growth of pro-p groups and additive combinatorics
- Schmitt, John R.: On Zeros of a Polynomial in a Finite Grid: the Alon-Füredi Bound
- Stanchescu, Yonutz V.: On the structure of sets with a small doubling property in torsion free groups
- Sun, Zhi-Wei: Some new problems and results in combinatorial and additive number theory
- Szemerédi, Endre: Maximum Size of a Set of Integers with no Two adding up to a Square
- Tringali, Salvatore: Upper densities and Darboux properties (arXiv:1506.04664 and arXiv:1510.07473)
- Vyugin, Ilya: Solutions of polynomial equation over F
_{p}and new bounds of energy of multiplicative subgroups - Wang, Guoqing: Additive properties of sequences on semigroups
- Zeng, Xiangneng: The characterization of minimal zero-sum sequences over finite cyclic groups
- Zhelezov, Dmitrii: Discrete spheres and arithmetic progressions in product sets

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