Wednesday, March 25, 2015

[DMANET] REMINDER: Scottish Combinatorics Meeting, University of Glasgow, 29-30th April 2015

Just a quick reminder that the deadline to register for this event is
approaching: please contact me by 31st March if you plan to attend the

More information (now including the schedule) is available at

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From: Kitty Meeks <>
Date: Mon, Feb 16, 2015 at 3:04 PM
Subject: Scottish Combinatorics Meeting, University of Glasgow, 29-30th
April 2015

The Scottish Combinatorics Meeting 2015 will take place at the University
of Glasgow on Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th April 2015. Everyone with
an interest in combinatorics and its applications is warmly invited to
attend this meeting, the first in what we hope will become a regular series
of events.

Attendance at the meeting is free, but for catering purposes participants
are asked to register (by emailing by 31st
March. The exact schedule is still to be confirmed, but talks will not
start before 11am and will finish by 5pm, hopefully allowing many
participants to attend as a day trip.

The invited speakers are:
Peter Cameron (St Andrew's)
Mary Cryan (Edinburgh)
Keith Edwards (Dundee)
Sergey Kitaev (Strathclyde)
Mark Jerrum (QMUL)
David Manlove (Glasgow)
Alex Scott (Oxford)
Andrew Treglown (Birmingham)

There will also be an opportunity for research students to give short (15
minute) presentations on their work, and limited funds are available to
assist with the travel expenses of students presenting their work. Please
contact Kitty Meeks for more information.

More information about the event is available at:

This event is supported by the Glasgow Mathematical Journal Trust, the
British Combinatorial Committee and the Scottish Informatics and Computer
Science Alliance.

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