CombinaTexas: Combinatorics in the South-Central U.S.
Annual Conference since 2000



Mission Statement

CombinaTexas: a Combinatorics Conference in the South-Central United States, is an annual regional conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing. It is dedicated to the enhancement of both the educational and the research atmosphere of the community of combinatorialists and graph theorists in Texas and 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 the developments in the field of combinatorics.

Scientific Committee

Art Duval University of Texas, El Paso
Luis Garcia Puente Sam Houston State University
Xingde Jia Texas State University
Laura Matusevich Texas A&M University
Frank Sottile Texas A&M University
Jacob White The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Catherine Yan Texas A&M University
Upcoming and Recent Conferences

19th meeting at Texas A&M University , Spring, 2020.

18th meeting at Texas A&M University , March 23-24, 2019.

17th meeting at Texas A&M University , February 10-11, 2018.

16th meeting at Texas A&M University , May 7--8, 2016.

15th meeting at Texas A&M University , April 19--20, 2014.

14th meeting at University of Houston-Downtown, April 20--21, 2013.

13th meeting at Southwestern University, April 21--22, 2012.

12th meeting at Sam Houston State University, April 16--17, 2011.

11th meeting at Texas State University, April 24--25, 2010.

10th meeting at University of Houston, April 25--26, 2009.



Scope of the Conference