The 24th British Combinatorial Conference will take place at Royal Holloway, University of London in 2013. Please click on the links above for information about the conference, or read the items below for the latest news.
Dates: Sunday 30 June (arrival day) to Friday 5 July 2013.
Local organisers: Simon Blackburn, Stefanie Gerke and Mark Wildon
Contact email addresses:
BCC24@rhul.ac.uk (for academic enquiries)
CMS@rhul.ac.uk (for accommodation and registration enquiries)
The registration deadline for the BCC has now passed, but it may still be possible to register (subject to catering bookings). Please contact Sandie Venables from Conference and Management Services (email@example.com) with your requirements, who will do her best to help.
As of 5th June, there are now just 10 places remaining for the conference trip to Windsor. So if you are planning to attend this trip, please make sure you register soon!
We are now offering a day rate of £85 (per day) to attend the BCC for one or two days. (Click on the registration button above.) The day rate includes registration for these days, lunch and coffee breaks, but no accommodation, no evening events/meals and no copy of the proceedings. To help you in your choice of days, here is a list of invited speakers by day:
Monday: Jacob Fox, Doron Zeilberger
Tuesday: Tor Helleseth, Kristina Vušković
Wednesday: Massimo Giulietti
Thursday: Jozef Širáň, Einer Steingrímsson
Friday: Geoff Whittle, Jan van den Heuvel
If you have submitted an abstract for a contributed talk at the BCC (the deadline for this was 1st June) you should have received a reply from us with a decision by now, and details of the draft programme. Please get in touch with us if this is not the case.
We have received information on the following meeting, which might be of interest to BCC participants:
Graph Theory and Interactions: A Durham Symposium
Organised by Peter Cameron, Norbert Peyerimhoff and Alina Vdovina
15-25 July 2013, Durham
We’ve received the following announcement from Leonard Soicher (QMUL), which will be of interest if you are planning a trip to the next BCC:
To mark Peter Cameron’s retirement and to celebrate his many mathematical achievements (so far), the School of Mathematical Sciences at Queen Mary, University of London is hosting a conference in Peter’s honour. The dates are Monday 8-Wednesday 10 July 2013 (arrival 7 July), just after the British Combinatorial Conference. We will be sending out more details in due course, but for now, please put these dates in your diary!
For the conference web site, please click this link.