The 34th International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC)

July 18—22, 2022

ORGANIZERS

The 34th FPSAC will be held at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India. This is the first time FPSAC will be held in India, and it is a great opportunity to showcase and advertise combinatorics and allied areas to the Indian community. The conference will be held in the Faculty Hall in the historic Main Building at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), shown in Figure 1. Construction on the Main Building was begun in 1906 under the supervision of Morris Travers, an English chemist who worked with William Ramsay, the Nobel Laureate in chemistry in 1904, on the discovery of xenon, neon, and krypton. He was also the first director of IISc, which was completed in 1919. It houses the administration of the institute and the large 300-seat Faculty Hall, where the conference will be held.

Description

The International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC) is an interdisciplinary conference series focusing on recent advances in algebraic and enumerative combinatorics as well as applications and relations to other areas of mathematics, physics, biology, bioinformatics, and computer science. As the most important algebraic and enumerative combinatorics conference in the world, FPSAC’s one-week annual meeting brings together researchers in the international algebraic combinatorics community as well as other areas of combinatorics and theoretical computer science, linking them with leading scientists from allied disciplines in pure and applied mathematics, bioinformatics, and physics.

As part of FPSAC’s mission, there are a minimum of three women keynote speakers each year. Furthermore, to highlight the participation of young researchers, there is a prize for the best student paper. To be eligible for this prize, the submission should be authored exclusively by students, ensuring support for younger mathematicians.

Thu Nov 18 2021 13:16:25 GMT+0300 (Moscow Standard Time)