The Thirty-Second Southeastern International Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing was held in Baton Rouge from February 26 until March 2, 2001.The organizing committee (Frederick Hoffman, Ronald C. Mullin, James Oxley, and Ralph G. Stanton) thanks all participants for their interest in the conference.
Monday: Professor Herbert Wilf of the University of Pennsylvania
Paul Seymour of Princeton University
Noga Alon of Tel Aviv University
Polynomials in Discrete Mathematics
Thursday: Professor Alexander Schrijver of CWI and University of Amsterdam
||Friday: Professor William Cook of Rice University|
There were over 200 fifteen-minute contributed papers throughout the conference. The schedule of contributed talks is available here in the PDF format. The entire 144-page conference program, which includes the abstracts, is available here as a 540 kB PDF file.
Papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication in special issues of the refereed journal Congressus Numerantium. In preparing the paper, it is assumed that word processing software (LaTeX, Word, etc.) is used. The paper should be in camera-ready form, justified on both sides and EXACTLY filling a box of dimensions 4.5 by 7.125 inches. The paper should be prepared in 10-point Times (or similar font); use single spacing for straight text, and do not set off single symbols; all diagrams should be in black ink; labels should be typed, not hand-written. TWO COPIES of the paper should be submitted by May 15, 2001 to:
Dr. J. L. Allston
Utilitas Mathematica Publishing, Inc.
Box 7, 107 Helen Glass Building
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Canada R3T 2N2
||Dr. Jane Collins, Dean of LSU College of Arts and Sciences, opens the conference.|
Audience listens to Professor Seymour's lecture.
||Professor Robertson is called to the board by Professor Harary.|
|Robin Blankenship, a graduate student of mathematics at LSU, during her talk.|
|Professor Manoel Lemos of Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil, delivers his talk.|
||Professor Dirk Vertigan of LSU|
Professor Allan Mills of Tennessee Technical University, an LSU alumnus, during his talk
Comments and requests related to the conference should be addressed to:
James Oxley or Bogdan Oporowski
Department of Mathematics
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-4918
Last modified: Tuesday, March 6, 2001 0:27 by email@example.com.