Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 at Saint Michael's College
Ah, summer in Vermont,
with warm sunshine, light breezes, and of course, great combinatorics with
friends. Summer Combo in Vermont is a (more or less) annual conference, bringing together regional combinatorialists for a day of collaboration, congeniality and an opportunity to learn about one another's investigations.
This is a small, informal conference that will begin at 10:00 and end sometime between 4:00 and 6:00 (depending on the number of speakers).
Please let us know if you would like to give a talk by sending a title and abstract before Friday, June 17th. As soon as these are in, we will set up a schedule accordingly. As in the past, we will try to accommodate everyone who wishes to share their work, but since this event has grown so, we may request that later submissions be shared through the poster session. We especially encourage people, particularly senior researchers, to consider presenting a poster, and we are working to make the poster session an effective and enjoyable way for people to share their work with other participants. As always, if you have (or know of) any students who have done nice work, please also bring them with a poster. Or without…but just please bring lots of students, we love to see them!! Titles and abstracts for posters should be submitted by Friday, July 1.
Please let me know if you would like a formal letter of invitation for either a talk or poster (poster invitation can say something like ‘this is a new venue we are trying to develop, so we are particularly inviting you for your strong research contribution to help make this event an success.’), and we will be happy to send you one.