


Mar 0611, Visit to University of Illinois, Talk: Rainbow arithmetic progressions, Champaign, IL  
Apr 1617, AMS Spring Central Sectional Meeting #1120 Special Session on Probabilistic and Extremal Combinatorics, Talk: The edit distance of powers of cycles, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 


May 0910, PhD dissertation defense: Dr. Michael Szestopalow. Seminar talk: On the edit distance of powers of cycles, University of Waterloo, Canada  
Jun 0610, SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM16), Talk: The edit distance of powers of cycles, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA  
Jun 1016, Working group on PoSat, University of ColoradoDenver  
Jul 1729, Graduate Research Workshop in Combinatorics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY  
Sep 1417, Workshop on Order and Geometry, Gułtowy Palace near Poznań, Poland  
SatSun Sep 2425  Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting #1121 
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME 
SatSun Oct 0809  Fall Western Sectional Meeting #1122 Special Sessions: Analysis on Graphs and Spectral Graph Theory & Recent Advances in Structural and Extremal Graph Theory 
University of Denver, Denver, CO 
FriSun Oct 2830 
Fall Central Sectional Meeting #1123 
University of St. Thomas (Minneapolis campus), Minneapolis, MN 
SatSun Nov 1213  Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting #1124 
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
WedSat Jan 0407, 2017  Joint Mathematics Meetings Student funding applications (for those in their last year of study) due midAug to midSep. 
Hyatt Regency & Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA 
Spring 2017  M606: Enumerative Combinatorics  MWF 10:0010:50AM 
Jun 1117, 2017  Mathematics Research Communities: Beyond Planarity: Crossing Numbers of Graphs  Snowbird Resort, Utah 
Jun 1216, 2017  CanaDAM: 6th biennial Canadian Discrete and Algorithmic Mathematics Conference  Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada 
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