Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science Day (DMCSD) - Final Announcement
(Text only version)
University at Albany (SUNY)
Saturday, September 28, 2002
Speakers: (FULL SCHEDULE)
Willard (University at Albany, SUNY) Generalizations
and Some Exceptions for the Second Incompleteness Theorem
J. Billera (Cornell University) From
Descents to Peaks: An Alpine View of Enumeration in Hyperplane Arrangements
Random Walks and Geometric
Zeilberger (Rutgers University) Enumeration Schemes
Anderson (SUNY Binghamton) Recent Progress on Matroid Bundles
Warrington (UMASS, Amherst)
pictures of Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials
The meeting will begin at 9:00 AM (first talk at 10:00 AM) and continue
through 5:30 PM. There will be two one-hour talks and four one-half hour
talks. Posters may be presented from 9:00 A.M through 5:00 P.M. For information
updates, refer to our web page http://www.cs.albany.edu/~sdc/DMCSD
There is no registration fee but optional preregistration (via email
to Seth Chaiken email@example.com
if you think you might attend) is available.
Attention Students and Advisors: Additional funding to support
out of town student attendance is available. Please preregister so
we can keep you informed and estimate attendance.
Center Second Floor: Assembly Hall(lectures) and Fireside Lounge(snacks
Directions: From the West or from Thruway I-87 exit 24: Take I-90 eastbound
exit 2, cross Washington Ave. straight onto the campus.
From the East along I-90: Take Exit 2, left onto Fuller Road, left
after underpass onto Washington Ave, then right onto the campus. Details
After entering the campus from Washington Ave., turn left, continue
past the big circle, turn right for the Campus Center Visitor's lot just
past the end of the construction but before the new Fine Arts and Sculpture
here for accomodation information and links to other transportation information.
Consult us for further
Supported by the Department of Computer
Department of Mathematics,
the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office
of the Vice-President for Research at the University
at Albany, the National Security Agency and NFS Career
As many of you know, the series of CoNE
conferences came to an end after 9 years. What you may not know
is that a new series of regional meetings in combinatorics is in progress
here in the North East, but with a different format. There will be
2 or 3 meetings a year on a Saturday at different venues in the region.
meeting was at University of Massachusetts in Amherst on October
12, 2001, the second
was at Dartmouth College on May 11, 2002 and now the third will be at the
University at Albany on September 28, 2002. We hope to see you at this
and future meetings!
External funding to defray expenses of host institutions is now available.
Please get in touch with any of us if you wish to host a future meeting
in the series.
The Regional Committee