- 16 Dec 2020 - 18 Dec 2020
1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Date and Time
Wednesday the 16th of December to Friday the 18th of December 2020
Where: Zoom (details forthcoming)
Ajani De Vas Gunasekara (Monash University)
Georgina Liversidge (University of Auckland)
Robert Hickingbotham (Monash University)
Shasha Zheng (University of Melbourne)
Subhrajyoti Saha (Monash University)
Timothy Chan (Monash University)
Tony Huynh (Monash University)
Nina Kamčev (Monash University)
Q & A Panelist: Life after PhD
Rosie Cameron (University of Canterbury)
Kevin Hendrey (DIMAG)
Trent Marbach (Ryerson University)
Welcome to the 2020 Australasian Graduate Symposium in Combinatorics. Combinatorics is an area of mathematics concerned with the study of discrete mathematical structures such as graphs. This symposium intends to provide a networking opportunity for postgraduate students in combinatorics and discrete mathematics from the Australasian region. The program will consist of presentations from participants in combinatorics as well as a chance to collaborate with other graduate students. Undergraduate/honours students considering postgraduate study and graduates from abroad are also encouraged to register.
We will have tutorials to introduce our participants to tools from Matroid Theory and Sparse Ramsey Theory.
If you are interested in presenting a 15 minute talk at the symposium concerning either your research in combinatorics or an interesting open problem from the field, you can let us know when you fill out your registration
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline: Friday the 11th of December
- If you are interested in presenting a 15 minute talk at the symposium concerning either your research in combinatorics or an interesting open problem from the field, you can let us know when you fill out your registration.
- For those giving talks, you may choose to have it recorded and uploaded to our YouTube channel.
- Before the symposium, we will publish a participant list on this webpage.
This symposium is supported by MATRIX and AMSI.
To support post-symposium research collaboration between PhD student participants, MATRIX-AMSI are providing funding through the MATRIX-AMSI PhD Student Research Collaboration Scheme. https://www.matrix-inst.org.au/phd-student-research-collaboration-scheme-guidelines/