Fourth Prairie Discrete Mathematics Workshop
Place and Date | Sponsors | Speakers | Location | Registration | Financial Support for Students | Accommodation | Posters | Program | Photos | Organizing Committee | Contacts
The workshop builds on the success of the first Prairie Discrete Math Workshop organized by Shaun Fallat and Brian Alspach and held at the University of Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, in early October 2003, and the two following ones held at the University of Lethbridge in October 2004, and the University of Winnipeg in August 2005. The intention is to hold workshops on an annual basis at various prairie universities for the purpose of getting together combinatorists from (at least) Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and adjacent States for a relatively informal workshop. Thanks to the U. of Manitoba's PDM organizing team, who had initially agreed to host this year's PDM, for agreeing to the change of venue so that a tribute to Jim Liu could be held at his home university.
|Place and Date|
|Location and Registration|
Parking for participants is available at the North West Parking Lot (first left turn after the four way stop sign) and it costs $6 per day to park there. See campus map.
Note that scenic Waterton National Park in the Rocky Mountains, about an hour and twenty minutes drive south-west of Lethbridge, is a highly recommended outing for those wishing to extend their stay with some pre or post workshop sightseeing.
If you plan to attend please register.
There is no registration fee, but we would like to know who is planning to attend so that we can judge the numbers for the dinner, program, etc.
There will be a workshop dinner in tribute to Jim Liu on the evening of August 1.
|Financial Support for Students|
The University of Lethbridge Conference Services offers very good rates on excellent two and four bedroom apartment suites situated on the campus and only minutes from conference meeting facilities. These apartment suites have full kitchens (no kitchenware is supplied) as well as ensuite washroom facilities with your choice of either a two or four bedroom configuration. These accommodations are very good quality.
Here is a photo of a typical suite. More detailed information about accommodation and facilities is at Conference Services.
The rates are $40 per person per night for a room in Kainai House and $42 per person per night for those in New Village, plus all applicable taxes (4% Alberta Hotel Tax and 6% GST). Kainai apartments are fully furnished units with single beds. Payments can be made by cash, money order or Visa/Mastercard.
If you would like to make reservations, please select from:
|Time||Room||Speaker||Title & Abstracts|
|9:00- 9:50||B660||Brian Alspach||On the hamiltonicity of generalized Petersen graphs|
|10:00-10:50||B660||Ryan Hayward||Pivot and Gomory Cut|
|11:00-11:50||B660||Don Kreher||Isofactorization of circulant graphs|
|14:00-14:50||B660||Joy Morris||The Cayley Isomorphism Problem|
|15:00-15:50||B660||Steven Wang||Permutation Polynomials: Applications and Constructions|
|16:00-16:50||B660||Hongbing Fan||Decomposition Theorem and Switch Box Design|
|18:00+||Sixth floor Atrium (SE side University Hall)||Workshop Dinner|
|9:00- 9:50||B660||Richard Guy||The linguistics of subtraction games|
|10:00-10:50||B660||Gary MacGillivray||The Firefighter Problem for Trees and Graphs|
|11:00-11:50||B660||Behruz Tayfeh-Rezaie||Computational techniques in the construction of combinatorial objects|
|14:00-14:50||B660||Cun-Quan Zhang||Edge disjoint spanning trees, dense subgraph partition, graph clustering|
|15:00-15:50||B660||G.H.J. van Rees||Transversals and Defining Sets in Rectangles and Latin Squares|
|16:00-16:50||B660||Qinglin Roger Yu||Recent progress on the cage problem|
|Organizing Committee and Contacts|
If you have questions please send e-mail to Hadi Kharaghani at kharaghani at uleth dot ca or write to:
Fourth Prairie Discrete Mathematics Workshop, Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 CANADA FAX: (403) 317-2882
2020 January 29