|May 5, 2016|
The Ontario Combinatorics Workshop has a long, if somewhat irregular, history. Its main purpose is to bring together graduate students studying Combinatorics from around (southern) Ontario so that they get some idea of the scope and depth of their subject. In addition it provides students with an opportunity to meet faculty from other institutions at which they might in future wish to pursue their studies or careers; it is also a useful opportunity for the faculty to maintain contact.
This year the workshop will be held at the Fields Institute on Friday-Saturday May 18-19, 2012. The invited speakers are:
All talks will take place in Bahen Centre, Room 1220, directly north of the Fields Institute. See map of the campus
Graduate students are strongly encouraged to present their work in this friendly environment. The Peter Rodney Memorial Bookprize will be presented to the graduate student judged to have given the best talk.