Rocky Mountain Discrete Mathematics Days

Theme: Finite Geometry

May 18-19, 2012

Colorado State

Fort Collins, Colorado

Lory Student Center, room 224-6

The keynote speakers are

   •   Gary Ebert (University of Delaware)

   •   Qing Xiang (University of Delaware)

Schedule and abstracts

The goal of these annual meetings is to bring together students and researchers working in the broad area of Discrete Mathematics to discuss their recent work, and establish collaborations. The conference will tentatively run from 9:00-5:00 on May 18th and from 9:00-5:00 on May 19th.

This year's theme is Finite Geometry. In addition to the talks by keynote speakers, there will be opportunities for contributed talks in all areas of Discrete Mathematics. Those wanting to give a contributed talk should submit a title and short abstract to  Review of abstracts  will begin April 5, 2012.  Graduate students are particularly encouraged to attend and to give presentations.

There is no registration fee for the conference. There is some funding available through an NSF grant to help defray the local expenses of attendees. Priority for these funds is to graduate students, and minorities. If you would like to be considered for these funds, please send an e-mail with an estimate of your expenses (hotel, gas) to by April 5, 2012. The meetings will be held in the Lory Student Center, room 224-6. See for a map of the campus, and for parking.  There is an orange pay lot which is very close to the student center, however all green and yellow lots are free at this time and most are within walking distance. 

Information on accommodations can be found at

Supported by NSF grant DMS-1001750