4ICC will be held at the
University of Auckland in Auckland, New Zealand 15-19 December 2008.
The ICC is held approximately every 10 years, and when held it includes the
annual ACCMCC meeting of the
Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia and the annual
graph-theoretical meetings held in
Note: the conference is now finished, and this site will be left as an archive for
some time. A group photo of participants is available.
Alexander Barvinok, University of Michigan
"On the number of non-negative integer and 0-1 matrices with prescribed
row and column sums"
Peter Cameron, Queen Mary College London
"Synchronization and permutation groups"
Maria Chudnovsky, Columbia University
"Packing seagulls in graphs with no stable set of size three"
Jan de Gier, University of Melbourne
"Punctured plane partitions, restricted fully packed loops and the qKZ
Jesús de Loera, University of California-Davis
"When combinatorial computing meets algebraic computing:
Hilbert's nullstellensatz and feasibility of combinatorial problems"
Cheryl Praeger, University of Western Australia
"The normal quotient philosophy for edge-transitive graphs"
Chris Rodger, Auburn University
"Cycle systems with two associate classes"
Paul Seymour, Princeton University
"Well-quasi-ordering tournaments and Rao's degree-sequence conjecture"
Mike Steel, University of Canterbury
"Is testing a tree easier than finding it?"
Nick Wormald, University of Waterloo
"The chromatic number of random graphs"
Doron Zeilberger, Rutgers University
Web quality video of each talk is also available for
download and offline viewing.
- 30 September: last day of early registration period and discounted registration fees
- 7 November: deadline for submission of talk titles and abstracts
- 15 November: talk confirmations will be emailed out
- 15 December: conference begins
For more information and to be put on the conference mailing list to receive more details,
contact Mark Wilson at