25th Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, & Computing


Registration for the Cumberland will open on Thursday at 11:00 am. The registration table will be in Sam Wilson Hall, Room 230. The parallel sessions and coffee breakout room are all  located in Sam Wilson Hall. You may go to MAPS to view a campus map.

If you are driving and not staying at the Carnegie Hotel, you may park anywhere until you register. When you register, you can pick up a temporary parking decal. If you happen to get a ticket before you hang your decal, just give it to one of us and we will take care of it.

The Plenary talks will be in the Ball Hall Auditorium which is just across the Courtyard from Sam Wilson.


The Conference is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at ETSU
Confirmed invited speakers include Jozsef Balogh, Fan Chung, Mike Henning, and Curt Lindner. 
As part of the 25th Anniversary celebration, the conference theme is: "Open Problems in Graph Theory". Also, we are happy to announce that The Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing is devoting an issue to publish the conference proceedings.
The Conference Dinner talks to commemorate the 25th anniversary will be given by Ralph Faudree and Ron Gould. Please go to "Reception" for more information. Deadline for the dinner reservation is April 1st. May 1!

We are pleased to provide partial travel support for students, post doctoral fellows and junior faculty that do not have NSF support. Please go to "Support Request" for more information on how to apply. Deadline for applications is April 1st. We will offer travel to as many as possible.

Online registration and abstract submission is now active. The deadline for abstract submission is April 15, 2012
If you will also be attending the Conference Honoring the 50th Birthday of Robin Thomas, then please contact us and let us know - we will schedule your presentation accordingly. (Last updated: 3/27/2012.)