AGT – Applications of Graph Theory

The area of graph theory can be traced back as far as Leonhard Euler’s paper discussing Konigsberg and its bridges, Solutio problematis ad geometriam situs pertinentis, in 1736. Since then graphs have been widely used to represent data and relationships. Some of the more recent applications of graph theory include representations of the World Wide Web – files being represented by vertices and links as (directed) edges.

The topics of interests include but are not limited to:

  • Tools for the effective visualisation of graphs
  • Advances in graph drawing algorithms
  • Applications of graph theory such as
  • The use of graph theory for analysing and visualising parallel and distributed algorithms (reachability graphs of communicating processes
  • Graph theory applied to VLSI
  • The use of graph theory for analysing and visualising scheduling systems
  • Radio network planning based upon graph theory
  • Graphs for timetabling systems
  • The visualisation of hypegraphs
  • Project management using PERT diagrams
  • Algorithms and software for drawing orthogonal graphs
  • Algorithms and software for drawing force directed graphs
  • Algorithms and software for drawing hierarchical graphs
  • The use of graph-based visualization tools for ‘big data’

Please check the submission procedures @ the submission page.

General enquiries and submissions should be addressed to the Conference Co-ordinator

Symposium enquiries specific should be addressed to:


Professor Carsten Maple & Dr Paul Sant
University of Bedforshire,UK
dr.paul.sant (@)

Adrian Rusu (Prof.)
Department of Computer Science,Rowan University, USA
Rusu (@)