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CombinaTexas 2018

Location: Texas A&M University,
College Station, TX,
February 10-11, 2018.
Support: This conference is generously supported by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
and the Department of Mathematics at Texas A&M University.

CombinaTexas, a combinatorics conference in the South-Central United States, is a semi-annual regional conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing. It is dedicated to the enhancement of both the educational and research atmospheres of the community of combinatorialists and graph theorists in Texas and the surrounding states. The aim of the CombinaTexas series is to increase communication between mathematicians in the region, promote the research of the regional combinatorics community, and provide a forum for presentation and discussion of developments in the field of combinatorics.

For more information about the CombinaTexas series, click here.

Plenary Speakers

Matthias Beck, San Francisco State University.
Matthew Kahle, Ohio State University.
Caroline Klivans, Brown University.
Kyungyong Lee, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Isabella Novik, University of Washington.
Pavlo Pylyavskyy, University of Minnesota.

Location, Transportation, and Parking

All the activities will be held at Blocker Building on the campus of Texas A&M University.

The Northside Garage (NSG) is located directly across from the Blocker Building (BLOC) and has space for visitor parking. During the weekend, you can also park for free at any un-reserved space in a numbered lot, such as Lot 50 and Lot 51. The interactive campus map also lists available parking lots.

Resources

A map of Texas A&M, and driving directions from the College Station airport.
A list of former CombinaTexas conferences.

Organizers

Laura Matusevich (Texas A&M University)
Jacob White (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley)
Catherine Yan (Texas A&M University)