- News & Events
May 28-31, 2019 at
SFU Harbour Centre, Vancouver
Federico Ardila (San Francisco State University, USA)
Marthe Bonamy (Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique, France)
Johannes Carmesin (University of Cambridge, UK)
David Conlon (University of Oxford, UK)
Anna R. Karlin (University of Washington, USA)
Mike Molloy (University of Toronto)
Peter Nelson (University of Waterloo)
Rekha Thomas (University of Washington, USA)
Public Interest Lecture
Bill Cook (University of Waterloo)
Additive combinatorics (Hamed Hatami, McGill University)
Algebraic and geometric methods in combinatorics (Christophe Hohlweg, Université du Québec à Montréal)
Algorithmic game theory (Hu Fu, University of British Columbia; Anna R. Karlin, University of Washington, USA)
Combinatorial optimization (Tamon Stephen, Simon Fraser University)
Computational methods in industrial mathematics (Bogumił Kamiński, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland; Andrei Raigorodskii, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia)
Discrete algorithms (Marcin Pilipczuk, University of Warsaw, Poland)
Discrete geometry (Agelos Georgakopoulos, University of Warwick, UK)
Enumerative combinatorics (Sergi Elizalde, Dartmouth College, USA)
Extremal combinatorics (Joonkyung Lee, University of Oxford, UK)
Graph decompositions (Marthe Bonamy, Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique, France)
Matroid theory (Peter Nelson, University of Waterloo)
Random graphs (Lutz Warnke, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Structural graph theory (Sophie Spirkl, Princeton University, USA)
Special minisymposium on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
(Richard A. Brualdi, Bruce Sagan, Maya Stein and David Wood)
William T. Tutte Student Paper Award
The inaugural William T. Tutte Student Paper Award will be presented at CanaDAM 2019 (submission deadline 15 January 2019)
Registration, and Abstract Submission for Contributed Talks
Details will be provided soon.
CanaDAM 2019 Accommodation Options
YWCA Hotel (strongly advisable to book now!)
The YWCA Hotel is a safe and affordable hotel in downtown Vancouver. Both male and female guests are welcome.
Located 900m from SFU Harbour Centre (about 12 minutes to walk).
Range of private room types accommodating between 1 and 4 people, with hallway, shared, or private bathroom facilities.
Nightly rates for May 2019:
- from $88 (single bed with hallway bath)
- to $155 (2 double beds with private bath, additional $15 for a third and $15 for a fourth occupant)
Reduction for seniors (60+ years old) and students (valid student ID required at check in).
Includes: WiFi, local calls, mini-fridge, hairdryer, shared kitchens, guest lounges, small onsite fitness centre, and use of large fitness centre with pool and gym within a 15-minute walk. Excludes: tax (currently 12.5%) and parking.
Laundry and coffee shop are on site. There is likely to be some construction noise during regular working hours because of a planned hotel extension.
Book here for the YWCA Hotel.
We strongly advise you to book your accommodation now.
You can cancel without penalty up to 7 days before the start of booking.
This hotel can be booked for the Fq14 conference as well as for CanaDAM 2019.
UBC Studio Suites and Premium Singles (strongly advisable to book now!)
The UBC Studio Suites and Premium Singles provide safe and affordable accommodation in a beautiful setting on the campus of the University of British Columbia.
Located 13km from SFU Harbour Centre.
Walk to UBC Exchange Bay 11 (2 minutes from Gage Residences, or 8 minutes from Ponderosa Residences), then around 40 minutes on bus #14 to Hastings Street at Richards Street (buses every 8-12 minutes depending on time of day), then a 1 minute walk to SFU Harbour Centre.
- Ponderosa Studio Suite (double bed, private washroom, sitting area with phone, flat-panel TV, fully-equipped kitchen). Single or double occupancy $140. Available from May 26, 2019 (check in) to June 1, 2019 (check out).
- Ponderosa Premium Single (private bedroom with single bed and phone in a four-bedroom shared apartment; guests in each apartment share two washrooms, lounge with flat-panel TV, and unequipped kitchen). Single occupancy $60. Available from May 27, 2019 (check in) to May 31, 2019 (check out).
- Gage Premium Single (private bedroom with single bed in a four-bedroom shared apartment; guests in each apartment share one washroom with toilet and two showers, lounge with flat-panel TV, and unequipped kitchen). Single occupancy $48. Available from May 27, 2019 (check in) to June 1, 2019 (check out).
Includes: wireless internet, complimentary tea and coffee. Excludes: tax (currently 13%) and parking.
Laundry and food outlets are on site.
Book here using a dedicated booking link (best viewed in Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer, not Safari). Adjust the arrival date and departure dates and click on “SEARCH” if you are not using the default dates of May 27, 2019 to June 1, 2019.
We strongly advise you to book your accommodation now.
You can cancel without penalty up to 3 days before the start of booking.
SFU Burnaby Residence Halls
The SFU Burnaby Residence Halls are private single occupancy rooms on the campus of SFU Burnaby, with shared single-gender washrooms.
Located 16km from SFU Harbour Centre.
5 minutes to walk to SFU Transportation Centre Bay 2, around 50 minutes on bus #95 B-line to Hastings Street at Granville Street (buses every 6-12 minutes depending on time of day), then 1 minute to walk to SFU Harbour Centre.
Nightly rates from May 26, 2019 (check in) to June 2, 2019 (check out):
Includes: high-speed wireless internet, small fridge, community lounges with TV, sink and microwave. Excludes: tax and parking.
Laundry and dining hall are on site.
Booking procedure will be posted here as soon as it is available (expected November 2018).
These rooms can be booked for the Fq14 conference as well as for CanaDAM 2019.
Local Arrangements Committee
Jonathan Jedwab - Chair
Marni Mishna - EC liaison to the LAC
Rick Brewster (Thompson Rivers)
Vida Dujmović (Ottawa)
Jim Geelen (Waterloo)
Angèle Hamel (Laurier) - EC liaison to the PC
Daniel Kráľ (Brno and Warwick) - Chair
Catherine McGeoch (D-Wave)
Pawel Pralat (Ryerson)
Saket Saurabh (IMSc Chennai)
Charles Semple (Canterbury, NZ)
Anastasios Sidiropoulos (UIC)
Jozsef Solymosi (UBC)
Maya Stein (Chile)
Einar Steingrímsson (Strathclyde)
Bartosz Walczak (Krakow)
Josephine Yu (Georgia Tech)