Discrete Math Days of the NorthEast, Spring 2019
Discrete Math Days of the NorthEast
Saturday April 6, 2019
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
There will be a poster session for students and other attendees. If you are interested in presenting a poster please fill this form before Friday March 29, 2019. We can print the posters for a $20 fee if you email them by Monday April 1, 2019 (no joke) to email@example.com.
The one-day conference will take place at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst located in Amherst, MA in the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Information to visitors. The talks and breaks will take place in the Lederle Graduate Research Tower (LGRT) room 1634 on the 16th floor.
Some family friendly activities in the area are visiting the Eric Carle museum of children book art (open S 10am-5pm), the Jones library (open S 9:30am-5:30pm), or the Holyoke children's museum (open S 10am-4pm).
Parking options: (1) Campus parking garage $1.75/hour. (2) After 5pm Friday and in the weekend: parking lot 27, 43, 45, 68, (3) Before 5pm Friday: Parking meters (on N Pleasant next to roundabout). See the map below or the UMass parking map here for more details.
- Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Springfield Northampton/Amherst
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites Amherst-Hadley
Discrete Math Days in the NorthEast is a series of one-day research meetings that seeks to bring together a community of combinatorialists in the NorthEast. We seek to provide a relaxed atmosphere, a friendly environment conducive to fostering collaboration across institutions and disciplines.
We hold two meetings per year, one in the Fall and one in the Spring. The meetings take place at different universities in the NorthEast. Most participants drive to and from the conference on the same day. We hope that by holding meetings at different universities it will make it possible for researchers with higher teaching loads and those with limited institutional support to attend, and help them to keep up with research in their field.
We also seek to provide a non-intimidating entry into the mathematics community for graduate students and advanced undergraduates in the region.