29th Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing

     After a one-year recess the Cumberland Conference is back for 2017. 
  The 29th Cumberland Conference will take place at Vanderbilt 
University in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday May 20th and Sunday May 
21st, 2017.  Please see our website:

* Featured speakers:
     Daniel Král, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
     Daniel Cranston, Virginia Commonwealth University
     Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology
     Laura Sanità, University of Waterloo, Canada

* Contributed 20-minute talks on all areas of combinatorics and graph 
theory and associated areas of computer science are welcome.  In 
particular, the conference will have a special focus on graph colorings, 
and we encourage talks on that topic, which will be scheduled in a 
dedicated session.

* Deadlines: Support is being provided by the US National Science 
Foundation, and requests for travel support will be given priority if 
submitted by April 5, 2017.  Abstracts should be submitted by April 26, 
2017.  There is no registration fee but participants need to register, 
either online or at the conference.  We encourage you to register 
online, by May 10, 2017.

* Organizing committee: Mark Ellingham (Vanderbilt University), Michael 
Schroeder (Marshall University) and Songling Shan (Vanderbilt 
University).  If you have questions please contact the organizers at 


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