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Monday, June 15
7:30am  Registration/information, SFU Theatre lobby, open until 5:30pm 
8:45am 
Opening remarks, SFU Theatre
 Andrew Petter, President and ViceChancellor, Simon Fraser University

9:00am 
Jacob Fox, Stanford University, SFU Theatre (Plenary) Packing problems 
10:00am  Local information, SFU Theatre 
10:15am 
Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby 
10:30am 
Parallel sessions:
 Joshua Cooper, University of South Carolina, SFU Theatre
Pressing sequences, bicolored graphs, and binary matrix algebra
Andrew Odlyzko, University of Minnesota (Invited), SFU Theatre
Structure in randomness: The case of ultraflat polynomials  Brian Hopkins, Saint Peter's University, WMC 2532
New questions in Rado theory  Andrew Poelstra, University of Texas at Austin, WMC 2531
Fast and constanttime elliptic curve operations  Ross Churchley, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2523
Edgedisjoint (u,v)trails with parity restrictions

11:00am 
Parallel sessions:
 Jerry Griggs, University of South Carolina, SFU Theatre
Spanning trees with many leaves in hypercubes  Amanda Montejano, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, WMC 2532
A rainbow Ramsey analogue of Rado's theorem  Kristin Heysse, Iowa State University, WMC 2531
Cospectral graphs found by "toggling"  Ararat Harutyunyan, École normale supérieure de Lyon, WMC 2523
Edgepartitioning a graph into paths

11:30am 
Parallel sessions:

12:00pm 
Parallel sessions:
 János Pach (continued)
 Jessica McDonald, Auburn University, WMC 2532
Packing Steiner trees  Nathan Reff, SUNY Brockport, WMC 2531
Spectral properties of oriented hypergraphs and a connection to Hadamard matrices Peter Lam, Caritas Institute of Higher Education, WMC 2523 On the listL(2,1)labeling of generalized Petersen graphs

12:30pm 
Lunch break (participants are on their own) 
2:00pm 
William (Tom) Trotter, Georgia Institute of Technology (Plenary), SFU Theatre Dimension and cut vertices: an application of Ramsey theory 
3:00pm 
Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby 
3:30pm 
Parallel sessions:
 Neil Hindman, Howard University (Invited), SFU Theatre
Some Ramsey type theorems for kterm sums in R  Jessica De Silva, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, WMC 2532
Increasing paths in edgeordered graphs  Tara Petrie, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2531
Minimum number of distinct eigenvalues of graphs  Fidel BarreraCruz, University of Waterloo, WMC 2523
Morphing Schnyder drawings of triangulations  Paweł Rzążewski, Warsaw University of Technology, WMC 2533
Harmonious and achromatic colorings of fragmentable hypergraphs

4:00pm 
Parallel sessions:
 Neil Hindman (continued)
 Kevin Milans, West Virginia University, WMC 2532
Monotone paths in edgeordered complete graphs  Krystal Guo, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2531
Hermitian adjacency matrix of digraphs  Evan DeCorte, Hebrew University, WMC 2523
Spherical sets avoiding a prescribed set of angles  Luke Postle, University of Waterloo, WMC 2533
On the structure of $k$critical graphs with few edges

4:30pm 
Parallel sessions:
 Joe Buhler, Reed College (Invited), SFU Theatre
Maximally nontransitive dice  ChunHung Liu, Princeton University, WMC 2532
Minimum degree and length of cycles  Felix Goldberg, University of Haifa, WMC 2531
Chip firing may be much faster than you think  Casey Mann, University of Washington, Bothell, WMC 2523
Pentagons that admit iblock transitive tilings of the plane  Hehui Wu, University of Mississippi, WMC 2533
C_{3}free subgraph with large fractional chromatic number

5:00pm 
Parallel sessions:
 Linyuan Lu, University of South Carolina, SFU Theatre
Unavoidable multicoloured families of configurations  Matthew DeVos, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2532
Immersion for 2regular digraphs
Hein Van der Holst, Georgia State University, WMC 2532 The span of pairs of disjoint cycles Swee Hong Chan, Cornell University, WMC 2531
Greedoid polynomial, chipfiring, and Gparking function for directed graphs  Liangxia Wan, Beijing Jiaotong University, WMC 2523
Joint trees and genus distribution of a graph  Xia Zhang, Shandong Normal University and University of Victoria, WMC 2533
A Vizing type adjacency lemma in critical graphs on gedgecoveringcolorings

5:30pm 
Special presentation, SFU Theatre 
5:50pm  Conference photo, outside of SFU Theatre 
6:00pm 
Opening reception sponsored by Elsevier, Diamond Alumni Centre Welcoming remarks:
 Jonathan Driver, VicePresident, Academic and Provost, Simon Fraser University
 Manfred Trummer, Chair, Department of Mathematics, Simon Fraser University
 Martin Barlow, Interim Director, Pacific Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Tuesday, June 16
8:30am  Registration/information, SFU Theatre lobby, open until 12:00pm  9:00am  Joel Spencer, Courant Insitute (Plenary), SFU Theatre The long journey of R(3,k)  10:00am  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  10:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Maria Axenovich, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, SFU Theatre
Ramsey equivalence of graphs  Pierre Aboulker, Universidad Andrés Bello, WMC 2532
Lines, betweenness and metric spaces  Kevin Costello, UC Riverside, WMC 2531
Feedbackless information gathering on trees  Fred Holt, WMC 2523
The combinatorics of gaps between primes (arXiv paper)
 11:00am  Parallel sessions:
 Tom Brown, Simon Fraser University, SFU Theatre
Monochromatic solutions of exponential equations  Yelena Yuditsky, McGill University, WMC 2532
A new upper bound for the ErdősSzekeres problem  Roberto Rubalcaba, University of San Diego, WMC 2531
Vizing's and related conjectures  ZhiWei Sun, Nanjing University, WMC 2523
On universal sums involving polygonal numbers
 11:30am  Parallel sessions:
 PoShen Loh, Carnegie Mellon University (Invited), SFU Theatre
Ramseytype problems on paths in tournaments  Dan Cranston, Virginia Commonwealth University, WMC 2532
Planar graphs are 9/2colorable and have independence ratio at least 3/13  Dijana Kreso, Graz University of Technology, WMC 2531
Difference graph of Sunits  Andrey Rukhin, Naval Surface Warfare CenterDahlgren, WMC 2523
A simple recurrence within the accelerated 3x+1 minimuminverse map
 12:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 PoShen Loh (continued)
 Ross Kang, Radboud University Nijmegen, WMC 2532
Partition of random graphs into subgraphs of bounded component order  Brian Kronenthal, Kutztown University, WMC 2531
Connections between generalized quadrangles and algebraically defined graphs  Gara Pruesse, Vancouver Island University, WMC 2523
The most elegant bump number algorithm
Xing Peng, UC San Diego, WMC 2523 Bipartite decomposition of random graphs and related questions
 12:30pm  Lunch break (participants are on their own)  2:00pm  Jarik Nešetřil, Charles University (Plenary), SFU Theatre Ramsey classes old and new  3:00pm  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  3:30pm  Parallel sessions:
 4:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 David Conlon (continued)
 Zsolt Adam Wagner, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign, WMC 2532
Cops and robbers on diameter two graphs  Marc Carnovale, Ohio State University, WMC 2531
Arithmetic progressions in sparse psuedorandom subsets of the real numbers  Karen Collins, Wesleyan University, WMC 2523
NGgraphs, split graphs and covers of sets
 4:30pm  Parallel sessions:
 Douglas West, Zhejiang Normal University, SFU Theatre
Ordered Ramsey theory and track numbers of graphs  Neal Bushaw, Arizona State University, WMC 2532
Thresholds for pebbling on grids  Norbert Cot, Université ParisDescartes, WMC 2531
When Frankl's conjecture on stable unions meets SAT  Natalia GarcíaColín, INFOTEC Center for Research and Innovation in Information and Communication Technology, WMC 2523
On the finite extension problem for graphs
 5:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 Tom Bohman, Carnegie Mellon University (Invited), SFU Theatre
 Jay Cummings, UC San Diego, WMC 2532
Juggling card sequences  Danny Rorabaugh, University of South Carolina, WMC 2531
Homomorphism densities in random words
 Franklin Kenter, Rice University, WMC 2523
Eigenvector norms matter in spectral graph theory

Wednesday, June 17
8:30am  Registration/information, SFU Theatre lobby, open until 12:00pm  9:00am  Persi Diaconis, Stanford University (Plenary), SFU Theatre From loop switching to graph embedding  10:00am  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  10:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Catherine Yan, Texas A&M University (Invited), SFU Theatre
Inversions and descents with fillings of polyominoes  Ben Barber, University of Birmingham, WMC 2532
Edgedecompositions of graphs with high minimum degree  Emma Cohen, Georgia Institute of Technology, WMC 2531
Catalan shuffles
 Christopher Cox, Iowa State University, WMC 2523
A degree sequence variant of Ramsey's theorem  Michał Dębski, WMC 2533
Near universal cycles and ordered partitions of numbers
 11:00am  Parallel sessions:
 Jeffrey Lagarias, University of Michigan, SFU Theatre
Erdős, Klarner and the 3x+1 problem  Travis Johnston, University of Delaware, WMC 2532
New nonjump values for uniform hypergraphs  Michelle Delcourt, University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign, WMC 2531
Intersecting families of permutations  Troy Retter, Emory University, WMC 2523
Size Ramsey numbers of bounded degree subdivisions  Victoria Horan, Air Force Research Laboratory, WMC 2533
The de Bruijn torus and its variations
 11:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Andrew ChiChih Yao, Tsinghua University (Invited), SFU Theatre
A simple O(1)approximate maximal revenue auction  Ryan Martin, Iowa State University, WMC 2532
Diamonds are forever  Eugenijus Manstavičius, Vilnius University, WMC 2531
Additive functions on permutations  Guus Regts, University of Amsterdam, WMC 2523
Bounds and thresholds for quasiRamsey numbers  Joe Sawada, University of Guelph, WMC 2533
Ranking necklaces and Lyndon words in O(n^{2}) time
 12:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 Glenn Hurlbert, Virginia Commonwealth University, SFU Theatre
Polynomial pebbling  Michael Tait, UC San Diego, WMC 2532
Subgraphs of polarity graphs with many edges  Vincent Vajnovszki, Université de Bourgogne, WMC 2531
The equidistribution of some proper length three vincular patterns on the set of 132avoiding permutations  Niraj Khare, Carnegie Mellon University, WMC 2523
Higher moments of crossings, nestings and alignments in matchings  Aaron Williams, Bard College at Simon's Rock, WMC 2533
The UCycle unicycle theorem
 12:30pm  Free time 
Thursday, June 18
8:30am  Registration/information, SFU Theatre lobby, open until 12:00pm  9:00am  Carl Pomerance, Dartmouth College (Plenary), SFU Theatre The first function  10:00am  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  10:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Melvyn Nathanson, City University of New York (Invited), SFU Theatre
Forests of complex numbers  Aidan Roy, DWave Systems, Inc., WMC 2532
Quantum annealing and graph minors  Frederik Garbe, University of Birmingham, WMC 2531
The complexity of the Hamilton cycle decision problem in dense hypergraphs  Jephian ChinHung Lin, Iowa State University, WMC 2523
Odd cycle zero forcing parameters and the minimum rank problem
 11:00am  Parallel sessions:
 11:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Pavel Pevzner, UC San Diego, SFU Theatre
De Bruijn Graphs and fragile regions in the human genome (A special announcement will be made during this talk)  Zilin Jiang, Carnegie Mellon University, WMC 2532
A bound on Turán number for cycles of even length  Torsten Muetze, Georgia Institute of Technology, WMC 2531
Bipartite Kneser graphs are Hamiltonian  Anitha Rajkumar, QueenMary University of London, WMC 2523
Degree bounded factorizations of simple graphs
 12:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 Pavel Pevzner (continued)
 Liana Yepremyan, McGill University, WMC 2532
The Turán number of generalized triangles and the local stability method  Viresh Patel, University of Amsterdam, WMC 2531
Hamilton cycles in robustly expanding directed graphs  César HernándezCruz, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, WMC 2523
Strict chordal and strict split digraphs
 12:30pm  Lunch break (participants are on their own)  2:00pm  Péter Frankl, Rényi Institute, SFU Theatre (Plenary) Ron Graham and vector spaces
 3:00pm  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  3:30pm  Parallel sessions:
 Bojan Mohar, Simon Fraser University (Invited), SFU Theatre
On a conjecture of Erdős and NeumannLara  Fractional case  M. Puck Rombach, UCLA, WMC 2532
Graph representatives of positroid strata  Mark Dukes, University of Strathclyde, WMC 2531
The combinatorics of web worlds and web diagrams  Meenakshi Rana, Thapar University, WMC 2523
Split (n+t)color partitions and 2color Fpartitions
 4:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 Bojan Mohar (continued)
 Daryl Funk, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2532
On excluded minors of connectivity 2 for the class of frame matroids  Gordon Kirby, UC Santa Barbara, WMC 2531
Nowherezero kflows on graphs  Jasdeep Kaur Sareen, Thapar University, WMC 2523
Combinatorics of mock theta functions using signed partitions
 4:30pm  Parallel sessions:
 Penny Haxell, University of Waterloo (Invited), SFU Theatre
Edge colouring multigraphs  Moshe Rosenfeld, University of Washington, Tacoma, WMC 2532
The odd distance graph Joshua Cooper, University of South Carolina, WMC 2532 Pressing sequences, bicolored graphs, and binary matrix algebra Ann Trenk, Wellesley College, WMC 2531
Unit interval orders of open and closed intervals  Josef Slapal, Brno University of Technology, WMC 2523
On a special connectedness in graphs
 5:00pm  Parallel sessions:
 Elwyn Berlekamp, UC Berkeley (Invited), SFU Theatre
 Shenwei Huang, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2532
Bounding the cliquewidth of Hfree chordal graphs  Stephen Young, University of Louisville, WMC 2531
Diameter of perturbed connected graphs  Abbas Alhakim, American University of Beirut, WMC 2523
De Bruijn cycles, almost de Bruijn cycles, recursively
 5:30pm  Parallel sessions:
 Xing Peng, UC San Diego, WMC 2532
Bipartite decomposition of random graphs and related questions  Peter Lam, Caritas Institute of Higher Education, WMC 2531
On the listL(2,1)labeling of generalized Petersen graphs
 6:00pm  Conference banquet, Diamond Alumni Centre  7:00pm  Donald Knuth, Stanford University (Invited), Diamond Alumni Centre Orthogonal remarks (video) (open problem) 
Friday, June 19
8:30am  Registration/information, SFU Theatre lobby, open until 12:00pm  9:00am  Erik Demaine, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Plenary), SFU Theatre Fun with Fonts: Mathematical Typography  10:00am  Coffee break, SFU Theatre lobby  10:30am  Parallel sessions:
 Pavol Hell, Simon Fraser University (Invited), SFU Theatre
Obstruction characterizations of interval and circular arc graphs  Patrice Ossona de Mendez, CNRS and Charles University, WMC 2532
Approximation and limits of mappings
 Derrick Stolee, Iowa State University, WMC 2531
Automated discharging arguments for density problems in grids
 Seyed Saeed Changiz Rezaei, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2523
Symmetric graphs with respect to graph entropy
 11:00am  Parallel sessions:
 11:30am  Parallel sessions:
 CK Cheng and Fung Yu Young, UC San Diego, SFU Theatre
VLSI floorplan representations in collaboration with Ron Graham  Luis Goddyn, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2532
Chromatic number of Latin squares Gara Pruesse, Vancouver Island University, WMC 2531 The most elegant bump number algorithm Arash Rafiey, Simon Fraser University, WMC 2523
Ordering with precedence constraints and budget minimization
 12:00pm  Laci Babai, University of Chicago (Invited), SFU Theatre Symmetry, regularity, isomorphism  12:40pm  Closing remarks, conference organizers 

