Prairie Discrete Mathematics Workshop 2022
June 9 & 10, On-line
Place and Date | Speakers | Location and Registration | Program | Organizing Committee and Contacts | Sponsors |
The workshop builds on the success of the previous Prairie Discrete Math Workshops, from the first one organized by Shaun Fallat and Brian Alspach and held at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, in 2003. The intention is to gather together combinatorists from the prairie provinces and nearby locations for a relatively informal workshop.
The 2022 workshop will be on-line, but we are hoping to support small viewing party at other locations.
|Place and Date|
June 9 & 10, 2022
All talks will be broadcast over Zoom. The will be posted at a later date.
|Location and Registration|
All events will be on-line, but there may be regional viewing parties. All talks will be broadcast over Zoom. The link will be posted closer to the workshop. There is no registration fee.
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We are able to provide support for childcare expenses during this event, if you think that you will make use of this support, please make sure you note this in the form below. If you would like to arrange a local viewing party, contact the organisers: we may be able to reimburse costs for snacks/meals at these events.
There will be approximately 5 or 6 talks on each day. Each day will have a mix of invited speakers and contributed talks. Students and Post-doctoral fellows are encouraged to submit contributed talks. One focus of this workshop is to introduce new talent in the community! We are also introducing a fun new aspect to the PDMW, Lightning Round Talks. Presenters will have only 3 minutes to present either a new research idea they are developing, a summary of a new results, or an open problem they want to share with the members of the community. The 3 minutes will be strictly enforced, but attendees will be able to discuss problems further in breakout rooms.
|Organizing Committee and Contacts|
The organizing committee is:
Karen Gunderson, U. of Manitoba
Karen Meagher, U. of Regina
Hermie Monterde, U. of Manitoba
Joy Morris, U. of Lethbridge
If you have questions please send e-mail to Karen Meagher.
Funding is provided by the the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.