This conference series is a continuation of the CoNE conferences that were held at Smith College for 9 years and the more recent ``Discrete Math Days in New England''. If you would like to host one of these meetings at your institution, please contact one of the members of the steering committee. We have a current NSA grant to defray most of the expenses of hosting a meeting.
Discrete Mathematics Day
Saturday, May 6, 2006
Henry Cohn, Microsoft Research
Gary Gordon, Lafayette College
Sam Hsiao, University of Michigan, Bard College
Brenda Latka, DIMACS
Sinai Robins, Temple University
The meeting will run 9:00am (first talk at 10:00am) and continue through to 5:10pm. There will be 5 talks during the day. Talks will be held in Science Library, Room 212.
As with the other Discrete Math Day conferences, there is no registration fee, and pre-registering strongly encouraged. To pre-register, send an email to Chris Hanusa. (Also: see Financial Support below.)
Students and postdocs traveling more than 50 miles (each way) may apply for a $50 travel stipend.
Participants traveling more than 100 miles can apply for lodging reimbursement up to $100.
Please indicate when you register if you are applying for travel support.
About Discrete Mathematics Days in the Northeast:
In the past, Discrete Math Days have been held at U Mass Amherst, Dartmouth College, SUNY Albany, University of Rhode Island, WPI, SUNY Binghamton, and Bard College.
Discrete Math Days are funded in part by the National Security Agency.
Laura Anderson, Christopher Hanusa, and Thomas Zaslavsky.
Binghamton University -- Department of Mathematical Sciences
Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science Day at Albany
Saturday, March 18, 2006
State University of New York at Albany
Anders S. Buch, Rutgers University
Caroline J. Klivans, University of Chicago
Bruce Sagan, Michigan State University
Diane L. Souvaine, Tufts University
Alexandre Tchernev, University at Albany
The meeting will begin at 9:15am (first talk at 10:00am) and continue through to 5:00pm. There will be 5 talks during the day.
As with the other Discrete Math Day conferences, there is no registration fee, and pre-registering is strongly encouraged. To pre-register, send email to one of the organizers (below).
We expect that some financial assistance will be available to graduate students wishing to attend the conference. Please contact the organizers for more information.
The presentations will take place in the small conference room of the new Life Sciences Building (on the East side of the campus).
In you are in need of further assistance, contact the organizers.
Discrete Mathematics Days in the Northeast:
As you may know, this is part of a series of one-day conferences, titlted "Discrete Mathematics Days in the Northeast" and styled after the earlier "CoNE" meetings. These meetings are supported mainly from an NSA grant. Information on the meetings in 2004 and 2005 can be found here. Previous meetings were held at U Mass Amherst, Dartmouth College, SUNY Albany, University of Rhode Island, WPI, and SUNY Binghamton.
Local organizers: Seth Chaiken , Cristian Lenart, and S. S. Ravi.
Supported by the NSA; local support from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Department of Computer Science.
Discrete Mathematics Day At WPI
Saturday, September 10, 2005, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Nancy Eaton, University of Rhode Island
Chris Godsil, University of Waterloo
Gabor Sarkozy, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Mark Skandera, Dartmouth College
Richard Stanley, MIT
Local organizers: Peter Christopher, Dan Dougherty, William Martin, Gabor Sarkozy, Stanley Selkow, Brigitte Servatius, and Herman Servatius.
Supported by WPI's Provost's Office, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Department of Computer Science, and Center for Industrial Mathematics and Statistics.
As with the other Discrete Math Day conferences, there is no registration fee, and pre-registering strongly encouraged. If you, in fact, wish to pre-register, email Bill Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We expect that some financial assistance will be available to graduate students wishing to attend the conference. More details will follow as they become available.