SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

November 27, 2014

June 1-5, 2009
Workshop on Cocliques and Colourings
at the University of Waterloo

Organizers:
Chris Godsil (Waterloo), Karen Meagher (Regina)

Registration (on-site June 1)
Registration fee: $100
waived for invited participants

Travel to Waterloo
University of Waterloo
Directions to University of Waterloo Accommodation resources
Participant List


WORKSHOP DETAILS
The aim of the Workshop is to bring together researchers who have been using algebraic techniques to derive results about cocliques and graph homomorphisms. Participants will be exposed to the latest techniques and be able to decide which directions appear most fruitful, and identify which problems are likely to yield to the tools available.

INVITED SPEAKERS

Ameera Chowdhury (Caltech)
Peter Dukes (Victoria)*
David Ellis (Cambridge)*
Chris Godsil (Waterloo)
Pavol Hell (SFU)*
Cheng Yeaw Ku (Singapore)
Benoit Larose (Concordia)
Bill Martin (Worcester)
Karen Meagher (Regina)
Natalie Mullin (Waterloo)

 

Reza Nasrasr (Carleton)
Mike Newman (Ottawa)
Alison Purdy (Regina)
David Roberson (Waterloo)*
Brendan Rooney (Waterloo)*
Hamed Shirazi (Waterloo)
Claude Tardif (RMC)
Richard Wilson (Caltech)*
* to be confirmed

PARTICIPANT LIST AS OF May 23, 2009

Fullname University/Affiliation
Ahmadi, Bahman University of Regina
Chowdhury, Ameera University of California, San Diego
Ellis, David University of Cambridge
Godsil, Chris University of Waterloo
Ku, Cheng Yeaw National University of Singapore
Martin, William Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Meagher, Karen University of Regina
Mullin, Natalie University of Waterloo
Naserasr, Reza Carleton University
Newman, Mike University of Ottawa
Purdy, Alison University of Regina
Shirazi, Hamed University of Waterloo
Tardif, Claude Royal Military College
   
TO BE CONFIRMED
Dukes, Peter University of Victoria
Hell, Pavol Simon Fraser University
Larose, Benoit Concordia University
Roberson, David University of Waterloo
Rooney, Brendan University of Waterloo
Wilson, Richard California Institute of Technology

Back to top