The Fourth Bay Area Discrete Math Day will take place at Stanford University on Saturday March 30, 2002 between 10:00 and 6:00. The location is Room 380-380C in the basement of Building 380 (the math department). There will be clearly marked signs on the day of the meeting. All parking lots near the math department are free on Saturdays.
Bay Area Discrete Math Days are one-day meetings aimed at facilitating communication between researchers and graduate students of discrete mathematics around the San Francisco Bay Area. These days happen semi-annually and strive to create a fairly 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
A poster to advertise the meeting is available in postscript and pdf formats.
There will not be any registration fee, but ALL potential participants are kindly requested to send email with their probability of attendance. Please indicate dietary restrictions and whether you will join us for dinner. Information on the area hotels is available upon request. If you have any questions, please contact the local organizer Diane Maclagan.
Information about previous BAD Math Days is available here.
The BADMath Committee: