This conference will take place at the UNC Department of Statistics and Operations (STOR), 120 Hanes Hall, on the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
The Triangle Lectures in Combinatorics is a series of combinatorial workshops, held once per semester, each on a Saturday. The series began with its first meeting in spring 2010. They rotate among the universities in and around the Research Triangle. Participants come from numerous colleges and universities within a few hours drive, and some from even farther away. These workshops are funded by the National Science Foundation, in particular enabling us to bring in four exciting speakers to give one hour talks each time as well as funding travel expenses for participants.
This conference features a lineup of very impressive speakers and talks. For example, the last two talks are by Laszlo Babai, of the University of Chicago, on his new algorithm on the graph isomorphism problem. His result is considered as one of the most significant achievements in theoretical computer science in the last 20 years.
Other speakers include:
- Daniel Bienstock, (Columbia University)
- Rebecca Goldin, (George Mason University)
- Lek-Heng Lim, (University of Chicago)
Group organizers ask that participants pre-register in order to determine the appropriate amount of resources needed for this event. To register for this event, complete the form on this LINK.
For additional information about this conference, visit their web page at: https://wp.math.ncsu.edu/tlc/