Author Archives: Peter Cameron

About Peter Cameron

I count all the things that need to be counted.

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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Scottish Combinatorics Meeting

The speakers for the Scottish Combinatorics Meeting in St Andrews on 24-25 April 2017 have been announced. They are: Rosemary Bailey (St Andrews) David Bevan (Strathclyde) Simon Blackburn (Royal Holloway, University of London) Robert Brignall (The Open University) Anders Claesson … Continue reading

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Anne Penfold Street

Anne Penfold Street died this week. Anne arrived at the University of Queensland as a lecturer while I was a student there. She taught me measure theory; a feature of her well-organised lectures was that all results were numbered in … Continue reading

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A conference that might interest you

On 24–27 July 2017, in the beautiful city of Lisbon, there will be a conference entitled “All kinds of mathematics remind me of you”. The editor of the BCC conference listings will suppress his natural modesty and mention that this … Continue reading

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Programme for Old Codgers meeting

The Old Codgers combinatorics meeting this year takes place at the University of Reading on 2 November 2016, organised as usual by Anthony Hilton. The first talk is at 11.00, with coffee available from 10.30. The programme is available here.

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Note that the British Combinatorial Conference in Strathclyde and the Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics conference at Queen Mary, London, are in consecutive weeks in July next year: all the more reason for coming to Britain! And if you … Continue reading

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