
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES 

October 1, 2016  
OVERVIEWThe objective of the meeting is to gather researchers, postdoctoral
fellows, and graduate students from the Ontario/Quebec area working
in various elds of discrete mathematics in order to stimulate research
collaboration in this vibrant interdisciplinary area. The meeting
takes place on Friday and Saturday to encourage participation of
researchers from outside the Ottawa region. The invited speakers
are known for their eloquence of presentation and excellence in
research. They are chosen carefully to cover a broad range of topics
and aspects of discrete mathematics. Invited Speakers
Mathematical ConnectionsThis year we are reserving the Friday morning for talks on the theme of "Mathematical Connections". These are talks whose level is suitable for high school students and the interested public which feature interesting or unusual connections of mathematics to other subjects and disciplines. To headline this session we are very pleased to have Jason Brown of Dalhousie University speak on connections between mathematics and music. Contributed TalkWe will be accepting contributed talks in all areas of discrete mathematics as well as "Mathematical Connections" talks for the friday morning. Talk titles and abstracts can be sent to Brett Stevens brett(at)math.carleton.ca before 28 April. Travel Support for postdoctoral fellows and graduate studentsWe will offer partial support to postdoctoral fellows and graduate
students. Applications should be sent to Brett Stevens (brett(at)math.carleton.ca)
before 28 April. Canadian Tulip Festival

Full Name  University/Affiliation 
Allany, David  Carleton University 
Brazeau, Jeremy  Tancook Bell School 
Danziger, Peter  Ryerson University 
Dasilva, Ffred  Tancook Bell School 
Fairweather, Thomas  Tancook Bell School 
Farhoodi, Ahmad A.  Carleton University 
Ford, Elyse  Tancook Bell School 
Gosselin, Shonda  University of Winnipeg 
Haghighi, Maryam  University of Ottawa 
Husain, Muhammad  Tancook Bell School 
Kock, Erik  Tancook Bell School 
Lawless, Devlin  Tancook Bell School 
Lee, Vincent  Beihang University 
Lim, Ky  Nepean High School 
Lucas, Keeghan  Tancook Bell School 
Marshall, Haley  Tancook Bell School 
Mastronardi, Brianna  Tancook Bell School 
Matos, Eugene  Tancook Bell School 
O'Hara, Jamie  Tancook Bell School 
Reil, Aaron  Tancook Bell School 
Rezaie Adl, Laleh  Carleton University 
Roberts, Brandon  Tancook Bell School 
Robertson, Graham  Tancook Bell School 
Rotondo, Laura  Tancook Bell School 
Saslove, Lane  Tancook Bell School 
Stevens, Brett  Carleton University 
Wilson, Ryan  Tancook Bell School 
Zhao, Hong 
Full Name  University/Affiliation 
Bailey, Robert  University of Regina 
Baker, Catharine  Mount Alllison University 
BarreraCruz, Fidel  University of Waterloo 
Brown, Jason  Dalhousie University 
Burgess, Andrea  Memorial University of Newfoundland 
Cheriyan, Joseph  University of Waterloo 
Chodoriwsky, Jacob  University of Ottawa 
Farzad, Babak  Brock University 
Gosselin, Shonda  University of Winnipeg 
Hahn, Gena  Université de Montréal 
Hasan, Masud  University of Waterloo 
Haxell, Penny  University of Waterloo 
Krikorian, Tamar  Ryerson University 
Laekhanukit, Bundit  University of Waterloo 
Lei, Tao  York University 
Li, Ben  University of Manitoba 
Mendelsohn, Eric  University of Toronto 
Moura, Lucia  University of Ottawa 
Nevena, Francetic  University of Toronto 
Niesink, Patrick  University of Ottawa 
Omidi Koma, Behzad  Carleton University 
Panario, Daniel  Carleton University 
Pelletier, Emile  
Pytlik, Maureen  Carleton University 
Raaphorst, Sebastian  University of Ottawa 
Sakzad, Amin  Amirkabir University of Technology 
Saleh, Baker  Ryerson University 
Stevens, Brett  Carleton University 
Thomson, David  Carleton University 
Tzanakis, Georgios  Carleton University 
Walsh, Timothy  LaCIM, UQAM 
Wilson, Richard  California Institute of Technology 
Xie, Feng  McMaster University 
Zhao, Hong 
The OttawaCarleton Discrete Mathematics Days are the ospring
of Carleton Discrete Mathematics Day, which began in 1978 and have
been held continuously since 2002, supported
by the Fields Institute.
Since 2002, the Ottawa  Carleton Discrete Mathematics Day has
been held annually in the spring, alternating its location between
Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. The meeting is
an offspring of the Carleton Discrete Mathematics Days held in the
past at Carleton University. (For more information on recent Discrete
Mathematics Days please visit:
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0809/discrete_math/
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0708/discrete_math/
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0607/discrete_math/
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0506/discrete_math/
http://www.fields.utoronto.ca/programs/scientific/0405/discrete_math/
http://www.math.carleton.ca/~daniel/dmd04.html.
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