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 be added to the listserv, please send email to Seth Chaiken,firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.
Previous conferences 2007-2008
Previous conferences 2006-2007
Previous conferences 2005-2006
Previous conferences 2004-2005
Discrete Mathematics Day at UVM
Saturday, June 6, 2009
With a JazzFest bonus. What could be finer than math and music in a beautiful Vermont summer?
We are pleased to announce that the Discrete Mathematics Day at UVM Conference will occur on Saturday, June 6 at University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont. Full information, including schedule, abstracts, and directions, may be found on the conference website: http://classweb.smcvt.edu/gpangborn/index.htm.
As with the other Discrete Math Day conferences there is no registration fee, but pre-registering is strongly encouraged (especially if you want to be guaranteed lunch!). To pre-register, please visit the conference website: http://classweb.smcvt.edu/gpangborn/index.htm.
For information about the Burlington Jazz Festival, June 5-14, see: http://www.discoverjazz.com.
We will be able to offer some financial support to participants (who are US citizens or permanent residents). Priority will be given to students and postdocs. 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. Please indicate when you register if you are applying for travel support.
Joanna Ellis Monaghan, Saint Michael's College
Dan Archdeacon, University of Vermont
Jeff Dinitz, University of Vermont
Greg Warrington, University of VermontGreta Pangborn, Saint Michael's College
Discrete Mathematics Day at Bard Co, November 8, 2008.
Reem and Kayden Science Center
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY Hoboken, New Jersey
Cristina Ballantine (Holy Cross)
Debra Boutin (Hamilton)
Robert McGrail (Bard)
Margaret Bayer (Kansas)
Ed Swartz (Cornell University)
For more information, see http://math.bard.edu/hsiao/DMD08
All talks are in the auditorium, RKC 103, and abstracts are on the website.
Talks begin at 10:30 a.m. Lunch will be provided for all participants. Participants can apply for travel funds ($50) and lodging (up ot $100). Preference is given to students, post-docs and recent PhD's. There is no registration fee, but pregistration is recommended. Email email@example.com to preregister and apply for travel funds. Go to http://math.bard.edu/hsiao/DMD08 for abstracts, directions, lodging info. etc.
Local Organizers: Lauren Rose, Sam Hsiao, James Belk, Maria Belk, Robert McGrail. Supported by Bard College and the National Security Agency.