The list of invited speakers includes:
For more information, see Invited Speakers page.
- Mike Albertson (Smith College, USA)
- Brian Alspach (University of Regina, Canada)
- Dragoš Cvetković (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
- Marston Conder (Auckland University, New Zealand)
- Michel-Marie Deza (CNRS, France)
- Edward Dobson (Mississippi State University, USA)
- David Eppstein (University of California, Irvine, USA)
- Chris Godsil (University of Waterloo, Canada)
- Branko Grünbaum (University of Washington, USA)
- Jan Kratochvíl (Charles University, Czech Republic)
- Jin Ho Kwak (Pohang Institute of Technology, South Korea)
- Moshe Rosenfeld (University of Washington - Tacoma, USA)
- Sergey Shpectorov (University of Birmingham, UK)
- Paul Terwilliger (University of Wisconsin, USA)
- Mark E. Watkins (Syracuse University, USA)
The conference will host a number of special minisymposia, each presenting at least four consecutive 20 minute talks. Minisymposia will run in parallel sessions. Minisymposia organizers should present a list of minisymposia participants and the titles of their talks as soon as possible.
Participants wishing to present their talk at a minisymposium should contact the corresponding minisymposium organizer before registering. In principle, each participant should submit at most one abstract for a minisymposium. Any additional abstracts should be submitted for general session or for poster session.
For more information, see Minisymposia page.
General SessionOne or more talks may be presented in the general session. The time limit is also 20 minutes. Talks for the general session may be later re-scheduled by the organizers to a minisymposium.
Poster and Demo SessionEach participant can present his/her results at a separate poster session. Participants wishing to present accompanying computer demos should contact the organizers.
Problem SessionEach participant can present his/her open problems at the problem session. Problems can be uploaded the same way as abstracts of talks.