For combinatorialists in Britain, there are two rich feasts coming up in the next few weeks.
At the end of April, the Scottish Combinatorics Meeting, spread over two days, is in Edinburgh. As well as short talks by students and early career researchers, the meeting will feature talks by Radu Curticapean (Copenhagen), Iain Moffat (Royal Holloway, University of London), Steve Noble (Birkbeck, University of London), Will Perkins (Birmingham), Colva Roney-Dougal (St Andrews), and Kristina Vuskovic (Leeds).
The web page for the SCM is here.
May brings the two one-day London Combinatorics Colloquia at Queen Mary University of London and the London School of Economics. At QM we have Nikhil Bansal (Eindhoven), Agelos Georgakopoulos (Warwick), Janos Pach (Lausanne), Paul Russell (Cambridge), Katherine Staden (Oxford), and Carsten Thomassen (TU Denmark); while at LSE we have Maria Axenovich (Karlsruhe), Michelle Delcourt (Birmingham), Sofia Linqvist (Oxford), Patrice Ossona de Mendez (Paris), Alexander Sidorenko (New York), and Perla Sousi (Cambridge).
The web page for the two colloquia is here.
The BCC is grateful to the hard-working organisers of these meetings: Mary Cryan, David Ellis, Justin Ward, Julia Böttcher, Jan van den Heuvel and Jozef Skokan.
See you there!