34th Midwestern Conference
on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing
October 21–23, 2022
Illinois State University
Normal, IL, USA
Conference coincides with a celebration of Saad El‑Zanati
- Brian Alspach, University of Newcastle, Australia
Talk Title: The Current State of the Exploration of F(1, 2)-Invariant Graphs
- Marijn Heule, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Talk Title: Computer-aided Mathematics: Successes, Advances, and Trust
- Mariusz Meszka, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Talk Title: Maximal partial designs
- Anita Pasotti, University of Brescia, Italy
Talk Title: On graphs with prescribed edge-lengths
- Wannasiri Wannasit, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Talk Title: On Cyclic G-Designs for Classes of Cubic Graphs
- Anna Weigandt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Talk Title: Derivatives and Schubert Calculus
Support Request: Sept. 23, 2022
Abstract Submission: Oct. 7, 2022
Early Registration: Oct. 7, 2022
Proceedings Submission: Feb. 1, 2023
- (Aug. 23) We can now confirm that the conference proceedings will be published in the book series Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics.
- (Sept. 13) There are rooms available for anyone at the Holiday Inn on Traders Circle 2 miles north of campus, at a rate of $139 per night (plus tax). Anyone can reserve by calling 309-862-0101 and asking for the ISU math block rate. This is only available until Saturday, October 8.
- (Sept. 20) There are rooms available for anyone at the Marriott in Uptown Normal, at a rate of $127 per night (plus tax). Reservations can be made at the following link: Book your group rate for ISU Mathematics. This is only available until Friday, September 30.
- (Oct. 13) The schedule of talks, both invited and contributed, is now available. You can find it on the website, and a printed version will come with the materials received at registration.
Each individual presenter’s abstract is available for download on the conference participants page of this website, but a complete list will also be made available for download (and provided upon arrival to the conference) when the conference draws near.
The scope of the conference encompasses all aspects of discrete and combinatorial mathematics including but not limited to graph theory, design theory, and extremal / enumerative / probabilistic / analytic combinatorics. Presentations by graduate students and undergraduates from REU sites are welcome.
- Guantao Chen, Georgia State University, USA
- Saad El-Zanati, Illinois State University, USA
- Heather Jordon, Mathematical Reviews, USA
- Gyula O. H. Katona, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
- Barbara Maenhaut, University of Queensland, Australia
- David Pike, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Financial support of MCCCC34 is provided by the National Science Foundation, the Institute for Combinatorics and its Applications, and the following offices at Illinois State University: the Department of Mathematics, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.