6th Lake Michigan Workshop on Combinatorics and Graph Theory
April 6-7, 2019
Patrick Bennett (Western Michigan University)
Andrzej Dudek (Western Michigan University)
David Galvin (University of Notre Dame)
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together combinatorialists and graph theorists in the Lake Michigan region and enhance collaborative research by providing a good working environment. Moreover, the workshop will create opportunities for graduate students to interact and explore connections with other students and researchers, and possibly, start new research collaborations.
The workshop will consist of two three-lecture tutorials and a few other talks. For more datails check:
- Bernard Lidicky (Iowa State University):
Introduction to flag algebras and applications
- Jacques Verstraete (University of California, San Diego):
Extremal problems for hypergraph expansions,
There is no registration fee, but please tell us if you plan to come. Here is the registration form. Some limited funds are still available (mainly for students) to cover the travel/local expenses.
In case of any question about registration, financial support or any other matters, please send mail
Lake Michigan Workshop on Combinatorics and Graph Theory is sponsored by the
National Science Foundation
Support has also been provided by
Department of Mathematics
Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Office of the Vice President for Research
College of Arts and Sciences
at Western Michigan University.
Last modified: March 11, 2019