Monday, February 13, 2012

[DMANET] 2012 AARMS Summer School

The annual AARMS Summer School will begin its second decade on Monday July
16, 2012 at Memorial University in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador,
Canada. This four week event is open to exceptional undergraduate
students and graduate students from Canada and elsewhere. The 2012 school
will offer two courses in algebra and two in combinatorics:

+ Darryn Bryant from the University of Queensland will deliver a course on
Combinatorial Designs and Graph Decompositions

+ Pawel Pralat from Ryerson University will deliver a course on the
Probabilistic Method and Random Graphs

+ Alberto Elduque from the University of Zaragoza, Spain, will deliver a
course in Lie Theory

+ Nicolas Andruskiewitsch from the University of Cordoba, Argentina, and
Leandro Vendramin from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, will
deliver a course on Hopf Algebras and Applications.

Each course will be offered as a Memorial University graduate course,
thereby facilitating transfer credit to each student's home institution.

The local expenses of all students (accommodation, meals, textbooks) will
be met in full by the School. Moreover, there are no registration or
tuition fees.

Enrollment is limited to 30 students. For details regarding how to apply
to participate, please refer to the School's webpage:

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