Author Archives: Peter Cameron

About Peter Cameron

I count all the things that need to be counted.

Old Codgers Combinatorics Colloquium

The Old Codgers (or perhaps Old Codger’s) one-day Combinatorics meeting takes place on 6 November, as usual in the Mathematics department at the University of Reading. As usual it is organised by Anthony Hilton, with the invaluable assistance of Brigitte … Continue reading

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Important announcement: Parity of BCC

At the business meeting of the British Combinatorial Conference in Birmingham, participants voted by a large margin to change the timing of the Conference from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years. The reason for the change was the fact that more … Continue reading

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Combinatorics at Strathclyde, 2

Below the line is a petition in support of the Combinatorics group at the University of Strathclyde. Below that are instructions for supporting this petition. Time is short, and we have not been able to organise a more sophisticated method … Continue reading

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Combinatorics at Strathclyde

This is copied from my blog, but the issue is of interest to all discrete mathematicians in Britain and elsewhere, so I am copying it here – Peter Cameron. Two years ago, we enjoyed a successful British Combinatorial Conference at … Continue reading

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BCC27: deadline approaching!

The 27th British Combinatorial Conference will take place from 29 July to 2 August 2019. Warning: The deadline for early bird registration is 31 May. After that date, the registration fee goes up; accommodation can no longer be guaranteed (though … Continue reading

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2019 Postgraduate Combinatorics Conference

The 26th Postgraduate Combinatorial Conference (PCC) will be held in Oxford on 10th-12th June 2019. The PCC is an established conference organised by, and for, current research students in all areas of combinatorial and discrete mathematics, under the auspices of … Continue reading

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