The 41st Australasian Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing (41ACCMCC) will be held at the Millennium Hotel, Rotorua, New Zealand,
December 10th - December 14th, 2018.
41ACCMCC will follow a similar format to previous conferences in the ACCMCC annual series, which is overseen by the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia (CMSA) and began in 1972. The conference programme will include keynote speakers, contributed talks in parallel sessions, a conference dinner and presentation of the CMSA student prize, and the CMSA Annual General Meeting.
Assoc. Prof. John Bamberg, University of Western Australia.
Prof. Peter Danziger, Ryerson University, Canada.
Prof. Chris Godsil, Univesity of Waterloo, Canada.
Prof. Isabel Hubard, The National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Dr Anita Liebenau, University of New South Wales, Australia.
Prof. Mike Steel, Canterbury University, New Zealand.
Prof. Ian Wanless, Monash University, Australia.
Conference Dinner: You can meet at either Blue Baths itself, or in the foyer of the Millennium hotel at 6:25, where Jeanette will lead you to the dinner.
Weather: The forecast is for maximums in the low 20's and minimums in the low 10's (degrees celsius) - so do pack some warm clothes, especially for the evenings. It's still very much spring weather in New Zealand - so it can be hot or cold and there will likely be some rain! https://www.metservice.com/towns-cities/rotorua#!/ten-day
Talks: We prefer your talk is in PDF format; bring your talk on a USB stick to upload in your room in the break before the session you are speaking in. Each room also will have a 1.2m square whiteboard. Talks are 20 minutes + questions.
Food: All the morning and afternoon teas are vegetarian; for those with other dietary requirements other options will be provided.
Receipts: You can access your own receipt by logging into your registration (find the confirmation email when you originally registered, this has a link). If you can't find this or need an extra letter, just email Nick firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is the "final" programme and talks, last updated 11 December 2018. Any changes to the hard copy given out will also be written here on the home page.
* Duy Ho (Canterbury) is speaking in the third session on Thursday 4:30: "From topological to finite geometries and back".