Acadia University East Coast Combinatorics Conference 2011 Atlantic Association for Research in the
			      Mathmatical Sciences

ECCC 2011

The seventh annual East Coast Combinatorics Conference (ECCC) was hosted by Acadia University, May 4–6 (Wednesday to Friday), 2011.

The East Coast Combinatorial Conference series is designed to bring together mathematicians and computer scientists interested in all aspects of combinatorics.

The scope of the conference is intended to cover most aspects of modern combinatorics, including but not limited to graph theory, extremal combinatorics, combinatorial optimization, probabilistic combinatorics, combinatorial number theory, design theory, finite geometries, and applications of combinatorics in computer science.

The first two days of the conference were comprised of the invited and contributed presentations.  The third day was reserved for those wishing to take the opportunity to collaborate with other attendees.

Invited speakers

Peter Dukes (University of Victoria): Designs and the cone condition
Lorna Stewart (University of Alberta): Overlap representations and overlap numbers of graphs

Call for Papers

In addition to the invited lectures, there were sessions for contributed talks.  The call for papers is now closed.

Student support

Some (partial) support will be available for student travel. Priority will be given to students from Eastern Canada who are presenting talks.  Requests for support can be done via the "Contact Us" web page.

A Partially Overlapping Conference

Sage Days 30 was held at Acadia from May 2–6.