The 11th Nordic Combinatorial Conference (NORCOM)
will take place at KTH in Stockholm, June 17-19 2013. Topics include all areas of combinatorics.
Plenary speakers are
The program , the titles and the participants . If you plan to give a computer presentation, we advise you to bring a USB-stick with a PDF-file of your talk.
The conference starts Monday (June 17) morning and ends Wednesday (June 19) at around 3 pm.
Note that the 26th Nordic and 1st European-Nordic Congress of Mathematicians takes place in Lund, June 10-13, and that FPSAC 2013 takes place in Paris, June 24-28.
How to get there The conference takes place in rooms Q2 and Q31 at the KTH campus, Osquldasväg 10 (the Q-house). The easiest way to get to KTH by public transportation is to take the red line (towards Mörby centrum) and get off at Tekniska högskolan. See SL for further information on how to use the public transportation in Stockholm.
Conference dinner The dinner is at Hasselbacken in Djurgården. Take buss nr 44 from Östra station and get off at Liljevalchs/Gröna Lund. Please remember to bring SEK 475 in cash, which will be collected on Monday and Tuesday.
There are several alternatives for lunch near the KTH campus. Here are some:
Syster O Bror
There is no registration fee but registration is required. Participants register by sending an email to Petter Brändén no later than May 1, 2013.
We invite participants who want to give a talk to submit a title and short abstract to Petter no later than March 1, 2013.
Preference will be given to combinatorialists active in nordic countries, nordic combinatorialists in non-nordic countries, and combinatorialists with a strong connection to nordic countries.
Accommodation Rooms are pre-booked at Hotel Arcadia (1197 SEK, per night).
You may book a room (before April 30) by
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Phone: (+46) 8566 217 40.
Mention the code 1412423 when you make the reservation.
Petter Brändén (KTH), @ pbranden AT kth.se
Svante Linusson (KTH)
Steering Committee for Nordic Combinatorial Conferences
Lars Døvling Andersen (University of Aalborg)
Kimmo Eriksson (Mälardalen University)
Torleiv Kløve (University of Bergen)
Patric Östergård (Aalto University)
Einar Steingrímsson (University of Strathclyde)
Previous and future Nordic Combinatorial Conferences