Discrete Math Days of the Northeast

Saturday, November 16, 2019

Mt. Holyoke College

Organizers: Ashley Wheeler, Jessica Sidman, Dylan Shepardson, Nathan Gray

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Speakers

Alexander Diaz-Lopez
(Villanova Univ.)

Rachel Karpman
(Otterbein Univ.)

Thomas Lam
(Univ. of Michigan)

Jordan Tirrell
(Washington College)

Nora Youngs
(Colby College)

About DMDNE

Discrete Math Days of the Northeast (DMDNE) is a series of one-day conferences that seeks to bring together those in the region that are interested in combinatorics and discrete mathematics. There are two conferences each year (one in the fall, the other in the spring), and they are held at various colleges and universities in the Northeast.

By holding the conferences at different locations, we hope that researchers with limited institutional support will be able to attend and stay active with research. We seek to provide: (i) a relaxed atmosphere and a friendly environment conducive to fostering collaboration across institutions and disciplines; (ii) a welcoming entry into the mathematics community for undergrad and grad students.

DMDNE is organized by the Northeast Combinatorics Network and funded by the US National Science Foundation, with additional funds from Mt. Holyoke College, Smith College, Amherst College, and UMass at Amherst.

Registration

Please fill out this form by Friday, November 1 to register.

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Local Information

Location

This one-day conference will take place at Mt. Holyoke College, located in the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Information for non-local visitors. The talks will take place in Cleveland Hall L1. The poster session will take place in the Kendade Atrium.

Parking

Registered participants may park for free in any legal parking spot on campus. The closest lots are along Park Street (see the campus map).

Hotels

Statement on Diversity and Inclusion

The organizers are committed to an inclusive climate that encourages the open expression and exchange of ideas, that is free from all forms of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. We strive to provide equal opportunities for all participants regardless of gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion or religious belief, age, marital status, disabilities, veteran status, field of expertise, or any other reason not related to scientific merit.

Funding

The Discrete Math Days in the NorthEast conference series is organized by the Northeast Combinatorics Network, and this meeting is funded by the US National Science Foundation, UMass Amherst, and Mount Holyoke College.