Wednesday, May 12, 2021

[DMANET] Dutch Combinatorics Network

Dear Colleagues,

We announce a new Dutch Combinatorics Network (DCN).

As the presence of people with interests in combinatorics and its
applications in the Netherlands continues to grow, further mechanisms for
sharing our enthusiasm and activities become desirable.

We hope to support this growth with a new Dutch Combinatorics Network (DCN)
that will advance high quality research, facilitate collaborations, and
encourage greater participation in the area. The DCN is open to anyone
interested in combinatorics activity in the Netherlands.

The DCN begins with a simple listserv, which we hope will be an efficient
way to exchange information about combinatorics activity in the country.

Here you will be able to post and find information about

- Vacancies at all levels, including PhD and PostDoc positions in the
Netherlands, both within and beyond academia

- Local Dutch seminars (especially since now many are online)

- Special events such as workshops or conferences

- Announcements of Dutch PhD defenses

- Building research teams with complementary skills

- Non-academic collaboration or internship opportunities

- Open problems

- Other news of interest to the Dutch combinatorics community

Some of this information naturally has some overlap with DMANET, but other
postings, such as local internships, weekly seminars, or PhD defenses, are
perhaps more appropriate on the national rather than international level.

To join, simpy use this link:

Please note that this is a moderated list, and so there might be a lag of a
day or two between submissions to the list and postings.

*You might not receive the email which is necessary for confirming your
subscription if you are using an institutional email id that uses Office
365 (for example, at TU/E). In that case we recommend using a different
email id to subscribe.*

On behalf of the organizing committee.


Jo Ellis-Monaghan

Korteweg-de Vries Instituut voor Wiskunde, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Editor, PRIMUS

Editor, Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincare D, Combinatorics, Physics and
their Interactions

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