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Combinatorialists from history

  Augustus De Morgan Quick Info Born 27 June 1806 Madura, Madras Presidency, India (now Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India) Died 18 March 1871 London, England Summary Augustus De Morgan  became the first professor of mathematics at University College London and made important contributions to English mathematics. More information:

Upcoming conference: 43rd Australasian Combinatorics Conference 13-17 December 2021, The University of Melbourne, Australia  Notices and news Due to COVID-19 and related restrictions, the conference will now be run via Zoom. In addition, the conference was originally scheduled to take place 14–18 December 2020 but will now take place 13–17 December 2021. Researchers in any area of discrete mathematics and its applications are warmly invited to attend and give talks. Organising Committee, July 2021

Upcoming Conference: Virtual Carleton Combinatorics Meeting 2021 August 3-5

  The speakers at the event will be  Andrea Burgess, Thaís Bardini Idalino, Hadi Kharaghani , Karen Meagher , Lucia Moura, Mahsa Nasrollahi, Lucas Perin, David Pike, Bidy Razafimahatratra, Emina Soljanin, Jozsef Solymosi, Brett Stevens, Sho Suda, Ethan White, Kyle Chi Hoi Yip .  Talks begin at noon on August 3rd. There is no registration fee, but registration is  required .

Upcoming conference: BCC 28th British Combinatorial Conference 5th – 9th July 2021 Delivered Online from Durham University BCC 2021 28th British Combinatorial Conference 5th – 9th July 2021 Delivered Online from Durham University The British Combinatorial Conference is a biennial event organized in the UK attracting international researchers in all areas of combinatorics. The 2021 event is the 28th conference in the series and is being held online organized by the Departments of  Computer Science  and  Mathematical Sciences  in Durham under the auspices of the  ACiD  research group. The conference is overseen by the  British Combinatorial Committee .