Monday, October 17, 2016

[DMANET] 40ACCMCC: Early bird registration until 1st November

40ACCMCC: The 40th Australasian Conference on Combinatorial
Mathematics & Combinatorial Computing
Date: 12-16 December 2016
Venue: The University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia

Early-bird registration: until 1st November
Abstract submission deadline: 18th November
Registration closes: 25th November

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
University of Newcastle, Australia. The conference covers all areas of
combinatorics in mathematics and computer science.

The following people will be giving invited talks.

- Nathan Clisby, University of Melbourne
- Amy Glen, Murdoch University
- Bojan Mohar, Simon Fraser University
- Florian Pfender, University of Colorado Denver
- Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Bruce Reed, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo
- Benny Sudakov, ETH Zurich
- Geoff Whittle, University of Wellingtton

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.

Just after the conference, on the 16th and 17th of December, there
will be a workshop on Applied Probability, Combinatorics and
Optimisation at the same venue with invited talks by

- Jerzy Filar, Flinders University,
- Dana Randall, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Nick Wormald, Monash University

Thomas Kalinowski
School of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
University of Newcastle
Callaghan, NSW 2308

Tel: +61 2 4921 6558
Fax: +61 2 4921 6898
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