9th June 2017
The Universities of Birmingham and Warwick both have large and active research groups in Combinatorics, and many common research interests. Being so close in location, it makes sense to have a joint meeting. On 9th June 2017 we will gather at the University of Warwick to hear several speakers give talks on combinatorial topics (this will replace the usual Combinatorics seminar). The event will take place in the Zeeman building and all talks will be held in MS.05. All are welcome to attend and no registration is required but please email K dot L dot Staden at warwick dot ac dot uk if you plan on attending.
Coming soon. We expect to have two morning talks 10:30--12.10, followed by a break for lunch, and two afternoon talks 14:00--15:40. Tea and coffee will be served before and after the talks.
Travel tips from University station / Birmingham New Street
There are two main options for travelling to the Warwick campus from University station via public transport:
- Train to Coventry station (around 45 minutes, ~£6 for an off-peak return), then bus 11, 11x, or 12x to the Interchange on Warwick campus (£4 for a day ticket). The 12x is direct. The Zeeman building is then a 5 minute walk from here.
- Train to Canley (around 45 minutes, ~£6 for an off-peak return), then walk 20-30 minutes to the Zeeman building.
This conference is supported by Starting Grant No. 306493 of the European Research Council (ERC).
Where possible, visitors should obtain an EDUROAM account from their own university to enable internet access whilst at Warwick.
You can register for any of the symposia or workshops online. To see which registrations are currently open and to submit a registration, please click here.
Mathematics Research Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL - UK