Fwd: [POTLATCH] Combinatorial Potlatch, Seattle U, Nov 19, Final Announcement

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William Stein

Nov 9, 2011, 11:37:02 AM11/9/11
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This conference is in 10 days, and I'll be talking about Sage...

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From: Rob Beezer <bee...@ups.edu>
Date: Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 9:25 PM
Subject: [POTLATCH] Combinatorial Potlatch, Seattle U, Nov 19, Final
To: Rob Beezer <bee...@ups.edu>

This is the third, and final, announcement of the n-th Annual
Combinatorial Potlatch, which will be hosted by Seattle University on
Saturday, November 19, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.  The program and
schedule is now finalized:

10:00 AM  Registration and Coffee
11:00 AM  William Stein, University of Washington, Seattle
           Sage - Creating a viable free open source alternative to
           Magma, Maple, Mathematica and Matlab
12:00 PM  Lunch
 2:00 PM  Josh Laison, Willamette University
           Obstacle Numbers of Graphs
 3:00 PM  Cookies, Coffee and Cokes
 3:30 PM  Peter Winkler, Dartmouth College, Microsoft Research
           Cop vs Drunk: Chasing the Random Walker on a Graph
 4:30 PM  Happy Hour, Dinner

Some travel details are on the conference page, updates will include
further details about meals and arrangments on-campus.

2011 Conference Page:

Main Potlatch Page:

There is no advance registration required, nor any registration fee.
The first talk will be mid to late morning, to allow for travel,
followed by a no-host lunch, and two talks later in the afternoon.
Many participants choose to stay for dinner locally.

Combinatorial Potlatches have been held for many years at various
locations around Puget Sound and southern British Columbia, and are an
opportunity for combinatorialists in the region to gather informally
for a day of invited talks and conversation. While most who attend
work in, or near, the Puget Sound basin, all are welcome.

Please forward this announcement to anyone, especially graduate
students, that might be interested and are not on our list.  Our
apologies if you receive more than one copy of this.

Program Committee: Nancy Neudauer, Pacific U <na...@pacificu.edu>
Communications Committee: Rob Beezer, U of Puget Sound <bee...@ups.edu>
Local Arrangements Committee: David Neel, Seattle U <ne...@seattleu.edu>

William Stein
Professor of Mathematics
University of Washington

William Stein

Nov 9, 2011, 1:22:45 PM11/9/11
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On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 8:37 AM, William Stein <wst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This conference is in 10 days, and I'll be talking about Sage...

And, to avoid any confusion, it is at Seattle University, which is in
SEATTLE (Capitol Hill).


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