Author Archives: Peter Cameron

About Peter Cameron

I count all the things that need to be counted.

David P. Robbins prize

The American Mathematical Society has called for nominations for the David P. Robbins prize. The description reads: The Robbins Prize is for a paper with the following characteristics: it shall report on novel research in algebra, combinatorics or discrete mathematics … Continue reading

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Upcoming combinatorics meetings

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 … Continue reading

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Postgraduate Combinatorics Conference

The 2018 Postgraduate Combinatorics Conference will be held at the London School of Economics on 4th-6th June 2018. The local organisers are Jan Corsten, Nóra Frankl, Eng Keat Hng and Aaron Lin. The PCC is a conference for research students … Continue reading

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BCC27 speakers

We are pleased to announce the list of confirmed speakers for BCC27 in Birmingham: Penny Haxell (Waterloo) Michael Krivelevich (Tel Aviv) Dan Kr├íl’ (Warwick) Kristin Lauter (Microsoft Research and University of Washington) Hendrik van Maldeghem (Ghent) Iain Moffatt (RHUL) Igor … Continue reading

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BCC27 in Birmingham

The Committee is delighted to announce that the 27th British Combinatorial Conference will be held at the University of Birmingham from 29 July to 2 August 2019. The organisers are Allan Lo, Richard Mycroft, Guillem Perarnau and Andrew Treglown. Please … Continue reading

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BCC26, Strathclyde

A gentle reminder that the registration fee for BCC26 will increase to the late fee at the end of this month; so please hurry! The conference web page is here. On a personal note, let me add that the last … Continue reading

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Summer school on finite geometry

James Hirschfeld and Fatma Karaoglu are running a summer school on finite geometry at the Universty of Sussex from 26 to 30 June 2017. The school will include four sequences of lectures as follows: Joseph Thas, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium: … Continue reading

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