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50th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory & Computing March 4-8, 2019

The Fiftieth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing (SEICCGTC) will be held March 5-9, 2018 in the  Student Union  at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL.  The main campus is located three miles from the Atlantic Ocean, on an 850-acre site in Boca Raton, south of Palm Beach and north of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The climate is subtropical with an average temperature of 75 degrees. Invited speakers at this year's 50th SEICCGTC will include:    Lazlo Babai, University of Chicago Fan Chung Graham, University of California, San Diego  Martin Golumbic, University of Haifa Ron Graham, University of California, San Diego Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University Kristin Lauter, Microsoft Reserach Ron Mullin, University of Waterloo and Florida Atlantic University Robin Wilson, The Open University

ILAS 2019: Linear Algebra without Borders July 08-12 2019, Rio

July 08-12 2019 ILAS 2019:  Linear Algebra without Borders The theme primarily refers to the fact that Linear Algebra and its myriad of applications are interwoven in a borderless unit. In the conference, we plan to illustrate this by creating a program whose plenary talks and symposia represent the many scientific “countries” of Linear Algebra, and which invites participant to “visit” them. This theme also refers to the openness and inclusiveness of Linear Algebra to researchers of different backgrounds. About Rio News Information will be posted as it becomes available. Important Dates Event date: July 08-12 2019.

A few other nifty blogs and webpages

Brithish Combinatorial Committee Conferences and Meetings on Graph Theory and Combinatorics Doug West's Links to Combinatorial Conferences Combinatorics preprints on arXiv Listen to a sequence on the OEIS

The Ralph G Stanton Scholarship at University of Manitoba

The Ralph G. Stanton Scholarship  In 1970, Ralph G. Stanton came to the University of Manitoba from York University to launch the Department of Computer Science. This innovative new area of study created excitement on campus when over 600 students signed up for the first freshman course. The projects developed in the first year included the following: programming languages, algorithmic methods, numerical analysis, social impact of computing, and much more. Ralph G. Stanton also created the first Computer Science co-op program. The number of undergraduate and graduate students interested in the program continued to grow. As of September 2016, there are 722 students in the Department of Computer Science’s programs. This was a 28% increase from the previous year. The current ratio of students is 85% male and 15% female. Full course tuition for a domestic student is approximately $5,000 with books and supplies estimated at $2,000. International student tuition rates are substantia

Two new initiatives for ICA membership

Approved at the annual meeting: - Give a one-year free membership to any student who finishes a PH.D. in Combinatorics.  - Give the first year of membership free to a new member registering for two years.  😁

Congratulations at Simon Fraser University

The ICA recently made headlines at SFU, noting that they had a Hall, and Euler, and a Kirkman winner in the department (Jedwab, Mohar, Schmidt)!  CONGRATULATIONS!

Call for Nominations

Call for Nominations Euler, Hall, Kirkman, and Stanton Medals for 2018 Honorary Fellowship Until 31 December 2018, nominations are invited for the 2018 Medals of the ICA, and for Honorary Fellowship in the ICA. Each medal nomination is to be made by at least two Fellows of the ICA; nominations for Honorary Fellowship are to be made by at least three Fellows of the ICA. Nominees must not be current members of the ICA Council; nominees for the Euler, Hall, and Kirkman medals must not be Honorary Fellows. Further, nominees must meet the eligibility requirements given below. In assessing eligibility, documented career interruptions are taken into account. Each nomination must include a complete curriculum vitae and publication list and a letter detailing the extent and importance of the nominee’s contributions, addressing the selection criteria. Quotes from nomination letters may be used without attribution in citations, which may appear in the Bulletin of the ICA. Euler Me

Ron Mullin awarded Stanton Medal

The  Stanton  Medal honours significant lifetime contributions to promoting the discipline of combinatorics through advocacy, outreach, service, teaching and/or mentoring. At most one medal per year is to be awarded, typically to a Fellow of the ICA. Nominations can be made by at least two Fellows of the ICA by providing a curriculum vitae for the nominee, and a letter of nomination that establishes the significance, duration, and impact of the nominee’s contributions other than research. Doug Stinson, Ron Mullin, Curt Lindner at the 49th Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing, March 2018 For fifty years, Ron Mullin has been a leading citizen of the combinatorics community.    In addition to his exemplary research career, Ron’s contributions have been extensive as co-founder of one of the longest running combinatorial conferences; cofounder of a leading journal; managing editor; textbook author; and co-founder of a company engage

The 32nd Midwest Conference on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing will be held at University of Minnesota Duluth October 5 - October 7, 2018.

Skip to Main Content Submit search MyU MCCCC 32 - MIDWEST CONFERENCE ON COMBINATORICS AND COMBINATORIAL COMPUTING About   Invited Speakers   Program and Participants   Travel and Lodging   Registration and Abstracts You are here UMD  ›  Swenson College of Science and Engineering  › MCCCC 32 The 32 nd  Midwest Conference on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing will be held at University of Minnesota Duluth October 5 - October 7, 2018. The scope of the conference encompasses all aspects of discrete and combinatorial mathematics including but not limited to graph theory, design theory, and extremal / enumerative / probabilistic / analytic combinatorics. Presentations by graduate students and undergraduates from REU sites are welcome. There will be five invited lectures and 20-minute contributed talks. Refereed proceedings of the conference will be published in a Special Volume of Journal of Combinatorial Math

Conference on Combinatorics and its Applications 14-16 Jul 2018 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Home CJC65 Speakers Registration Venue and Travel Conference on Combinatorics and its Applications In Celebration of Charlie Colbourn's 65th Birthday The Conference on Combinatorics and its Applications will be a three day gathering at the Novena Campus of  Nanyang Technological University , Singapore from 14 to 16 Jul 2018. The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers working on a variety of topics in combinatorics and computer science and celebrate the 65th birthday of Professor  Charles J. Colbourn . Topics covered include (and not limited to): Combinatorial Design Theory Network Reliability Applications of Discrete Math, including communications, software testing, networking, and experimental design. The conference feature invited talks by leading experts in the various fields of combinatorics and computer science. For any enquiries, please contact:  Violet R. Syrotiuk, Associate Professor, Email:   Hengjia W