October 3 - 6, 2018
                                       Augusta, Georgia

                                   The Editors of Integers are pleased to announce the Integers Conference 2018. The
                                   Integers conferences are international conferences held for the purpose of bringing together
                                   mathematicians, students, and others interested in combinatorics and number theory.






  Plenary Speakers:
  • Fan Chung, University of California, San Diego
  • Michael Filaseta, University of South Carolina
  • Paul Pollack, University of Georgia
      Additional Talks:

        We welcome talks from any of the mathematical subject areas covered by the journal Integers (see journal website
         for a list of the MSC 2010 subject classifications). All talks, excluding the plenary talks, will be scheduled for 20-minute 
         time slots. Note: as there is a ceiling on the number of talks we are able to accommodate, we cannot guarantee that 
         all requests to present a talk will be honored. Those submitting abstracts will be notified regarding approval of their talk 
         within one week of the abstract submission (see deadlines below). 
        
       Financial Support:

        Limited financial support may be available. Send requests for support to IntegersJournal@gmail.com. Student
        applications for support should include a brief letter of endorsement from the student's advisor. See deadlines
        below. 
 
    Registration  (registration fee is $50, but free for students)
   
 




    Deadlines:
  • Application for Financial Support: July 22, 2018   
  • Abstract Submission: September 7, 2018

       Organizing Committee:
     Bruce Landman, David Leach, Florian Luca, Melvyn Nathanson, 
      Jaroslav Nesetril, Richard Nowakowski, Aaron Robertson

      Further Information:
      Questions may be directed to Bruce Landman at IntegersJournal@gmail.com 

        The websites for past Integers conferences (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2016) can be found here