Ottawa-Carleton Discrete Mathematics Day 2003
Saturday, May 3, 2003, University of Ottawa
Last year's event:DMD 2002/ home page, DMD 2002/pictures.
The Ottawa-Carleton Discrete Math Day is held annually in the
Spring. It location alternates between Carleton University and University
of Ottawa. It is a continuation of the Carleton Discrete Math Day
held since 1978 at Carleton University. The meeting format consists of
4 lectures by leading researchers covering a broad range of topics in Discrete
Mathematics and presented during one day.
The objective of the meeting is to gather researchers, postdocs and graduate students in various fields of Discrete Mathematics during one weekend in order to stimulate research collaboration in this vibrant and inter-disciplinary area.
This meeting is back-to-back with the 12th Ontario Combinatorics Workshop, May 1-2, which will be held in Ottawa this year and is being organized by the same group of researchers. There will also be a related Math colloquium talk on Friday by Ram Murty on "Ramanujan Graphs".
Discrete Mathematics is a broad area involving the study of the properties, algorithms and applications of mathematical structures built on discrete objects. This year's speakers for the Discrete Mathematics Day are:
University of Ottawa
(613) 562-5800 x3788
FAX: (613) 562-5776
(613) 520-2600 x2125
FAX: (613) 520-3536
This conference is supported by The Fields
Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences