Great Plains Combinatorics Conference 2022
Jeremiah Bartz (University of North Dakota)
Chris Fraser (Michigan State University)
Emily Heath (Iowa State University)
Jeremy Martin (University of Kansas)
Anna Weigandt (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Nathan Williams (University of Texas at Dallas)
Mei Yin (University of Denver)
Registration is closed.
The Great Plains Combinatorics Conference provides an opportunity for combinatorialists in the Great Plains region to present and share their research and to develop connections between different areas of combinatorics. The conference will consist of seven hour-long invited talks and a poster session for graduate students.
The first GPCC was held April 26-27, 2014, at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.
The second GPCC was held May, 21-22, 2016, also at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.
The third GPCC was held April 28-29, 2018, at Kansas State University, Manhattan.
The fourth GPCC, originally scheduled for 2020, was held April 30-May 1, 2022, at North Dakota State University.
Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the NDSU mathematics department.