Only one of the two foreseen main lecturers could make it to Strobl. Frédéric Holweck (Belfort-Montbéliard) gave us an insightful introduction into the fascinating world of quantum computation, and then continued to present his recent work on "The Geometry of Quantum Algorithms".
The contributed talks (see the detailed list below) covered irrationality questions from number theory, partition theory, representation theory and cyclic sieving, tableau combinatorics, and a talk in memory of John Conway who had recently died from the corona disease.
Although small in number, the participants enjoyed the meeting enormously, particularly since for all of them it was the first in-person meeting after several months.
Theresia EISENKÖLBL: A homage to John Conway
Christian KRATTENTHALER: 40 years of Séminaire Lotharingien dee Combinatoire
Christian KRATTENTHALER: Hankel determinants of linear combinations of moments of orthogonal polynomials
Stephan PFANNERER-MITTAS: A refinement of the Murnaghan-Nakayama rule by descents for border strip tableaux
Martin RUBEY: The existence of a cyclic sieving phenomenon for permutations via a bound on the number of border strip tableaux and invariant theory
Martin RUBEY: Promotion of Kreweras words
Ali Kemal UNCU: Where do the maximum absolute q-series coefficients of (1-q)(1-q2) (1-q3)...(1-qn-1)(1-qn) occur?