Programme details to follow.
Registration for Permutation Patterns 2021 is free, but you must sign up in advance. Only registered participants will have access to the pre-recorded keynote addresses and login information for the synchronous panel discussions of contributed work.
To register for the Permutation Patterns 2021 Virtual Workshop, please email email@example.com by 7th June, giving your name, affiliation and email address. Thanks.
All participants are invited to submit an abstract on a topic related to the conference and give a 510 minute presentation (further details will be provided after the programme has been finalised).
To submit an abstract, please prepare it according to the instructions given in the template: [link to LaTeX file, link to PDF file] and email both the LaTeX file and the PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st May. We will aim to notify you regarding the acceptance of your abstract within a few days of submission. Thanks.
When preparing your abstract and talk, you should assume as common knowledge everything in this document: Permutation patterns: basic definitions and notation.
All contributed work will be presented as short (510 minute) talks, with slides shared online in advance of the workshop. The synchronous part of the workshop will allow speakers on similar themes to participate in conversation, together with anyone else interested in joining them.
PP2021 Organizing Committee
PP2021 Programme Committee
PP Permanent Steering Committee
Michael Albert (chair),
University of Otago, New Zealand
Mathilde Bouvel, CNRS, LORIA, Nancy, France
Alexander Burstein, Howard University, USA
Luca Ferrari, University of Florence, Italy
Sergey Kitaev, University of Strathclyde, UK
Jay Pantone, Marquette University, USA
Lara Pudwell, Valparaiso University, USA
Alexander Woo, University of Idaho, USA
A Permutation Patterns Conference or Virtual Workshop has been held every year since the inaugural one in New Zealand in 2003. Information about previous years can be found here.