The 10th annual meeting of
CombinaTexas will be held on the campus of the University of Houston on April 25 and 26, 2009
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List of registered participants
Program and Abstracts
There will be sessions of contributed talks, for which we welcome submissions on all topics closely related to combinatorics or graph theory.
All the academic activities will be held at Department of Mathematics at the University of Houston. The conference will begin Saturday
morning, April 25, and end Sunday, April 26.
Please register by filling out the on-line
form. There is no registration fee for the conference. The form
includes information for applying for support and submitting a
contributed talk, but please fill out the form even if you do not want
to apply for support or contribute a talk. Please note the following
- March 25, 2009: Application for financial aid.
- April 10, 2009: Submission of contributed talks
- April 15, 2009:
The CombinaTexas Conference is dedicated to the strengthening and
enrichment of the mathematics personnel base. We will have
limited support of up to $200 to partially cover domestic travel and
local expenses for some participants. Preference will be given to those
contributing a 20-minute talk. Graduate students, junior faculty,
women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially
encouraged to participate and to apply for support.
If you wish to apply for
support, please fill out the request for support section on the registration
form. Please indicate your support needs. Early application is
encouraged. The deadline for applying for financial aid is March 25, 2009.
Directions - Transportations
Parking on weekends at the university of houston is free on all parking areas including parking meters, apart from reserved areas
CombinaTexas'09 is supported by the National
Security Agency, Texas Learning Center and by the Department
of Mathematics at the University of Houston.
University of Texas at El Paso, email@example.com,
Siemion Fajtlowicz, University of Houston, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Daniela Ferrero, Texas State University--San Marcos, email@example.com,
Catherine Yan, Texas A&M University. firstname.lastname@example.org,