Ontario Algebraic Combinatorics Workshop IV

Saturday 27th November 1999
Fields Institute, 222 College Street,
Toronto, ON, Canada.



Please let us know if you would like to attend,

Nantel Bergeron (York)
Stephanie van Willigenburg (York)
Dave Wagner (Waterloo)

Organising Committee.

Schedule

Coffee and all talks will take place in Room 230.

10:00Polyhedral combinatorics and combinatorial designs Lucia Moura (Fields/U of Toronto)
10:45COFFEE
11:00A special case of fusion coefficients Geanina Tudose (York U)
11:45Tournaments and orders with the pigeonhole property Anthony Bonato (Wilfrid Laurier U)
12:30LUNCH
14:00Strongly regular graphs srg(625,156,29,42) and some related structures Luis Dissett (U of Toronto)
14:45COFFEE
15:00Probability of connectedness Bruce Richmond (U of Waterloo)
15:45A drunk, a streetlamp, and some keys Bill Martin (U of Winnipeg/U of Waterloo)
16:30CLOSE

Directions

By car

From the North:Take Highway 400 South to Highway 401 west. Go west on Highway 401 until you come to Highway 427 south. Go south on Highway 427 until you come to QEW/Gardiner Expressway East, and take this until you reach the Spadina Avenue exit. Go north on Spadina Avenue until you reach College Street. Turn right, the Fields Institute is on your left.

From the East: Go west on Highway 401 until you come to Highway 427 south. Go south on Highway 427 until you come to QEW/Gardiner Expressway East, and take this until you reach the Spadina Avenue exit. Go north on Spadina Avenue until you reach College Street. Turn right, the Fields Institute is on your left.

From the West: Go east on Highway 401 until you come to Highway 427 south. Go south on Highway 427 until you come to QEW/Gardiner Expressway East, and take this until you reach the Spadina Avenue exit. Go north on Spadina Avenue until you reach College Street. Turn right, the Fields Institute is on your left.

From the South: Take QEW/Gardiner Expressway towards Toronto until you reach the Spadina Avenue exit. Go north on Spadina Avenue until you reach College Street. Turn right, the Fields Institute is on your left.

By train

Union Station connects underground with the Union subway station. The Fields Institute is three blocks west of the Queen's Park subway station on the Yonge-University subway line.


Stephanie van Willigenburg