The 26th British Combinatorial Conference will be hosted by the Department of Computer and Information Sciences – University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 3–7 July 2017, and it will take place at the Technology & Innovation Centre.
To mark the occasion of Bill Tutte’s centenary, Graham Farr (Monash University) will deliver a lecture entitled “W. T. Tutte: Graph theory as he had grown it”.
Opens in the beginning of 2017.
All participants are invited to submit an abstract and give a 20-minute presentation. Instructions on submitting abstracts will be given in the beginning of 2017.
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A civic reception for all BCC2017 participants will be held in the City Chambers on Monday 3 July at 7-8pm.
On Tuesday evening there will be a concert organized by BCC musicians.
On Wednesday 5 July at 1-7pm there will be an excursion to Culzean Castle & Country Park.
The conference dinner will be on Thursday 6 July in Barony Hall.
Sergey () will be happy to answer questions regarding this event.