Combinatorial Potlatch 2009
- Date: 11/21/2009
Glencora Borradaile, Oregon State U., "Graph constrained knapsack problems"
Louis Deaett, UVIC, "New dimensions to graph coloring"
Omer Angel, UBC, "Locally transitive graphs"
Simon Fraser University, Harbour Center Campus, Vancouver
The Combinatorial Potlatch is an irregularly scheduled, floating, one-day conference. It has been held for many years at various locations around Puget Sound and southern British Columbia, and is an opportunity for combinatorialists in the region to gather informally for a day of invited talks and conversation. While most who attend work in, or near, the Puget Sound basin, all are welcome. Typically there are three talks given by speakers who are visiting or new to the area, along with breaks for coffee and lunch. Many participants remain for dinner at a local restaurant or pub.
All talks will be held in Room 1700 of SFU's Harbour Centre on the "Concourse Level," with registration and breaks nearby. See the Getting There section for exact locations and directions.
10:00 AM Registration and Coffee
11:00 AM Glencora Borradaile, "Graph constrained knapsack problems"
12:00 PM Lunch
2:00 PM Louis Deaett, "New dimensions to graph coloring"
3:00 PM Cookies, Coffee and Cokes
3:30 PM Omer Angel, "Locally transitive graphs"
4:30 PM Happy Hour, Dinner
Rob Beezer, University of Puget Sound, firstname.lastname@example.org, Communications Chair
Nancy Ann Neudauer, Pacific University, email@example.com, Program Chair
Luis Goddyn, Simon Fraser University, firstname.lastname@example.org, Local Arrangements Chair
See the official website at: http://buzzard.ups.edu/potlatch/2009/potlatch2009.html
for more information.