The Forty-Sixth Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing will be held March 2-6, 2015 in the Student Union at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL.
The main campus is located three miles from the Atlantic Ocean, on an 850-acre site in Boca Raton, south of Palm Beach and north of Fort Lauderdale and Miami. The climate is subtropical with an average temperature of 75 degrees.
Invited speakers at this year's 46th SEICCGTC will include:
sarah-marie belcastro, Smith College
Ezra Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Saint Michael's College of Vermont
New Graph Theory from Emergent Self-Assembly Problems
RECOGNIZING AN OLD FRIEND IN A NEW PLACE:
LIST COLORING AND THE ZEROTEMERATURE POTTS MODEL
Gary Gordon, Lafayette College
Heiko Harborth, Technical University of Braunschweig
This year's conference will feature several Special Sessions.
Combinatorial Designs and Applications,
Spyros Magliveras, FAU
Graph Polynomials and their Applications,
Jo Ellis-Monaghan, St. Michaels College
Iain Moffatt, Royal Holloway University of London, co-organizer
Gary Gordon, Lafayette College
Contributed Talks for the Special Sessions are to be submitted according to the required format:
Celebrating its 46th year, the Conference continues in the spirit of earlier conferences in Baton Rouge and Boca Raton. It brings together mathematicians and others interested in combinatorics, graph theory and computing, and their interactions. The Conference lectures and contributed papers, as well as the opportunities for informal conversations, have proved to be of great interest to other scientists and analysts employing these mathematical sciences in their professional work in business, industry, and government.
The Conference proceedings, which appear in the series, Congressus Numerantium, have been invaluable in the dissemination of important advances in the represented disciplines. The Conference continues to promote better understanding of the roles of modern applied mathematics, combinatorics, and computer science to acquaint the investigator in each of these areas with the various techniques and algorithms which are available to assist in his or her research. Each discipline has contributed greatly to the others, and the purpose of the Conference is to decrease even further the gaps between the fields.
For our 46th Conference, we shall have a program of exceptional invited speakers. Confirmed speakers include: sarah-marie belcastro, Smith College; Ezra Brown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Jo Ellis-Monaghan, Saint Michael's College of Vermont; Gary Gordon, Lafayette College; and Heiko Harborth, Technical University of Braunschweig. The organizing committee (Frederick Hoffman, Ronald C. Mullin, and Stephen Locke) cordially invite participation in our Conference by interested persons in the academic community as well as business, industry and government.
Notice to Presenters: We will have computers, computer projectors, and overhead projectors available in the lecture rooms. Due to the possibility of computer failure or computer incompatibility, we suggest that you bring backup materials in case there are any problems with the computer presentation.
The 46th Conference is partially supported by the National Security Agency.