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Conference Postponement: 10SHCC Notice of Postponement of 10SHCC The Tenth Shanghai Conference on Combinatorics (10SHCC) would be originally held in Shanghai Jiao Tong University from May 24th to May 28th, 2020. Because  up to now, the coronavirus has not been completely controlled,it is appropriate to postpone the time of the conference. We hope that it won't inconvenience you too much.  We are discussing  that 10SHCC will be held from May 24-28, 2021.  We still sincerely welcome you to attend the conference.  At the suitable time, we will send you the conference announcement again. If you have any good suggestions, please let us know. We really appreciate your support and help! If you have any question, please contact us without hesitation.

Conference Cancellation: ALCOMA 20

ALCOMA 20 International conference on Algebraic Combinatorics and Applications Cancelled due to COVID-19 ! Date:  29.3.2020 - 3.4.2020 Venue:  Kloster Banz, Lichtenfels, Germany Theme The intention is to bring together researchers that work in the field of combinatorics, coding theory and researchers from applications like communications, distributed storage, private information retrieval, to name a few. Topics Algebraic coding theory Design theory q-analogues Finite geometry Finite group actions Finite fields Association schemes Subspace codes Rank-metric codes Distance regular graphs Frame theory Combinatorial algorithms Applications: focussing on, but not limited to data transmission, cryptography (traditional, post-quantum, code-based), storage (nano-structures, distributed, DNA) network coding, private information retrieval, batch codes, locally recoverable codes, CPU cooling, CPU security. Important Dates End of early bird registration: 3

Hall Medal Winner Shillewaert

Dr Jeroen Schillewaert awarded the 2019 Hall Medal of the ICA Hall Medals  recognize  extensive quality research with substantial international impact  by Fellows of the ICA in mid-career. Dr Schillewaert earned his PhD in 2009 from the University of Ghent under Drs J Thas and L Storme.   He currently holds the rank of Senior Lecturer at University of Auckland, in New Zealand, in the Department of Mathematics. Jeroen Schillewaert has made significant contributions to a broad range of topics in combinatorics and finite geometry, combining techniques from extremal and probabilistic combinatorics, linear algebra, and group theory. He is a world expert on buildings, the combinatorial and geometric structures introduced by Jacques Tits. His work has applications in coding theory and cryptography. Dr. Schillewaert has published over thirty papers in prestigious generalist journals and in the best specialist journals. He has been awarded several prestigious fellowships, incl

Conference Postponement: Polygons, Buildings and related Geometries Dear participants, speakers, ... We regret to announce that, due to the current situation of covid-19, the "Polygons, Buildings and related Geometries" conference has been canceled. We will inform you once the new date is confirmed. Kind regards, The scientific and organizing committee