Tuesday, October 26, 2010

[DMANET] 34ACCMCC Early-bird registration ends 31 October

The early-bird deadline is fast approaching: registration prices
increase on 1 November.

34ACCMCC: The 34th Australasian Conference on Combinatorial
Mathematics & Combinatorial Computing
Date: 6-10 December 2010
Venue: The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Website: http://www.maths.anu.edu.au/events/34accmcc/34accmcc.html

Registration is now open: early-bird registration ends on 31 October.

ACCMCC, the Australasian Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and
Combinatorial Computing, is the annual conference of the Combinatorial
Mathematics Society of Australasia. This year it will be held at the
Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. The conference
covers all areas of combinatorics in mathematics and computer science.
The first two days of the conference will run concurrently with the
Annual Australian Statistical Mechanics Meeting.

The following people will be giving invited talks.

- Emeritus Professor Richard Brualdi, University of Wisconsin
- Professor Darryn Bryant, University of Queensland
- Professor Michael Fellows, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Dr Catherine Greenhill, University of New South Wales
- Dr Petteri Kaski, Aalto University
- Dr Dan Romik, UC Davis
- Dr Ian Wanless, Monash University
- Professor Catherine Yan, Texas A&M University

Attendees (especially students) are invited to give contributed talks.
Contributed talks are 20 minutes in length with an additional 5
minutes for questions. The CMSA Student Prize will be awarded to the
best student talk at the conference.

As usual, during the week there will be a conference dinner and an
excursion. The excursion will be in the Canberra region.

For more information about 34ACCMCC, please contact the organisers at 34accmcc@anu.edu.au
. For information about the Statistical Mechanics meeting, please
contact Murray Batchelor at Murray.Batchelor@anu.edu.au.
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