Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium Summer School 2013

Algebraic Graph Theory

Dates: June 17-28

Location: University of Wyoming

Laramie, Wyoming

 


The purpose of this two week program is to expose both graduate students and researchers to topics in the area of algebraic graph theory.  Lectures will be given each weekday by each of the three main speakers, with contributed talks, exercises and open problems in the afternoon.  Participants will be encouraged to work collaboratively.


Main Speakers: 


Chris Godsil, University of Waterloo

Topics:  discrete and continuous quantum walks, quantum approaches to graph isomorphism, using sage for algebraic graph theory


William J. Martin, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Topics:  codes, designs, association schemes and bounds for combinatorial objects


Joanna Ellis-Monaghan, Saint Michael’s College

Topics:  graph polynomials, graph theory applications in DNA self-assembly

Lecture Notes





All talks will be in the Classroom Building, room 310.  For a map of campus, go here.

Schedule and Abstracts

Travel Information


                                  Register Online


Organizers:  Jason Williford, jwillif1 at uwyo dot edu, 307-766-2209

                     Duane Porter, dporter at uwyo dot edu