Bay Area Discrete Math Day, Fall 2017
Saint Mary’s College of California
Galileo Hall, Room 201
Saturday, October 7th, 2017
The 35th Bay Area Discrete Math Day (BAD Math Day) will take place on the campus of Saint Mary’s College of California on Saturday, October 7th, 2017, between 10:00am and 5:00pm. All events will be held in Room 201 of Galileo Hall. Registration is now closed.
Click on talk titles for abstracts; click on speaker names for speaker homepages.
Lunch, coffee, and snacks will be provided for free in the conference room. Dinner will be held nearby and will be heavily subsidized or free.
Registration is now closed.
Click here for a printable version of the poster.
Directions and parking
Click here for directions to Saint Mary’s College. It is free to park in any lot marked as a visitor lot on the main campus map. Please talk with your local BAD Math Organizer about carpooling, or e-mail Ellen Veomett (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in carpooling and you don’t have a natural group to join.
Taking public transit to BAD Math Day
It is possible but nontrivial to take public transit to Saint Mary’s College on BAD Math Day. Details can be found here.
The 35th BAD Math Day is generously sponsored by the Saint Mary’s College of California’s School of Science and by Elsevier.
About BAD Math Days
BAD 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 twice a year 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.
The BAD Math Organizing Committee
- Federico Ardila, San Francisco State University
- Elizabeth Gross, San Jose State University
- Natalie Hobson, Sonoma State University
- Nicolette Meshkat, Santa Clara University
- Carol Meyers, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
- Christopher O’Neill, University of California, Davis
- Rick Scott, Santa Clara University
- Khrystyna Serhiyenko, University of California, Berkeley
- Ellen Veomett, Saint Mary’s College of California
- Ruriko Yoshida, Naval Postgraduate School