Bay Area Discrete Math Day
Upcoming:
Stanford University, September 27, 2014
Bay Area Discrete Math
Days are oneday meetings aimed at facilitating communication between
researchers and graduate students of discrete mathematics around the San
Francisco Bay Area.These days happen semiannually and strive to create
an informal atmosphere to talk about discrete mathematics.
The
term "discrete mathematics" is chosen to include at least the following
topics: Algebraic and Enumerative Combinatorics, Discrete Geometry,
Graph Theory, Coding and Design Theory, Combinatorial Aspects of
Computational Algebra and Geometry, Combinatorial Optimization,
Probabilistic Combinatorics, and Combinatorics in Mathematical Physics.
Information about previous BADMath Days is available below.
(Apologies: links to abstracts, etc., will mostly not work.)
 UC Davis, 13 October 2000
 San Francisco State University, 14 April 2001
 Cal State Hayward, 17 November 2001
 Stanford University, 30 March 2002
 MSRI (Berkeley), 12 October 2002
 UC Davis, 1 March 2003
 San Francisco State University, 18 October 2003
 Stanford University, 1 May 2004
 UC Berkeley, 30 October 2004
 San Jose State University, 9 April 2005
 UC Davis, 22 October 2005
 Google, 15 April 2006
 MSRI (Berkeley), 21 October 2006
 San Francisco State University, 14 April 2007
 Google, 20 October 2007
 MSRI (Berkeley), 5 April 2008
 Stanford University, 27 September 2008
 UC Davis, 4 April 2009
 Cal State East Bay, 17 October 2009
 Santa Clara University, 24 April 2010
 MSRI, 16 October 2010
 San Francisco State University, April 30, 2011
 UC Davis, 15 October 2011
 UC Berkeley, March 17, 2012
 St. Mary's College of California, November 17, 2012
 San Jose State University, April 6, 2013
 UC Berkeley, October 26, 2013
 Santa Clara University, April 12, 2014

Stanford University, September 27, 2014
The BADMath Committee:

Federico Ardila,
San Francisco State University

Florian Block,
University of California, Berkeley

Tim Hsu,
San Jose State University

Carol Meyers,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Angela Hicks,
Stanford University

Rick Scott,
Santa Clara University

William Slofstra, University of California, Davis

Ellen Veomett, Saint Mary's College of California
The Bay Area Discrete Mathematics Days are kindly sponsored by the host institutions and the D. E. Shaw Group.