The 26th Postgraduate Combinatorial Conference (PCC) will be held in Oxford on 10th-12th June 2019.
The PCC is an established conference organised by, and for, current research students in all areas of combinatorial and discrete mathematics, under the auspices of the British Combinatorial Committee. The PCC is mainly aimed at UK-based students, but is also open to those from abroad.
The aim of the conference is to allow research students to discuss their research in a relaxed environment, to gain practice at presenting their research outside of their own department, and to meet other young researchers in their area. Each student is encouraged to contribute by giving a talk which will last 25 minutes (including 5 minutes question and answer time).
The conference will be hosted in room L5 of the Andrew Wiles Building, Oxford.
We are pleased to announce the following invited speakers.
- Professor Imre Leader (Cambridge)
- Dr Natasha Morrison (Cambridge/Rio)
- Dr Ben Barber (Bristol)
Fees and Registration
The deadlines for registering are:
- Deadline for early-bird registration: 30th April 2019
- Deadline for sending talk abstracts: 1st June 2019
- Deadline for registration: 1st June 2019
Early-bird registration will cost £30, and registration after 30th April 2019 will cost £40. This includes coffee breaks and the conference dinner. Payment can be made by following this link.
Travel and Accommodation
We hope to be able to reimburse all students’ travel costs up to a maximum amount of around £50-60 (details to follow). There is very little parking at the Andrew Wiles Building and driving should be avoided if at all possible. For more information about the parking at the Andrew Wiles Building, click here.
Since we expect that most participants prefer to organise their own accommodation, using AirBnB or similar, we haven’t booked any specific accommodation for this meeting. For those that prefer a traditional hotel, here are some options near the conference.
Participants with children may wish to apply for a Childcare Support Grant from the LMS.
- Carla Groenland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Candy Bowtell (email@example.com)
- James Aaronson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Tom Johnston (email@example.com)