College of Charleston is proud to host the Twenty-first Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing, sponsored by the Mathematics Departmets of College of Charleston and of the Citadel.

Conference talks are scheduled for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (Oct 13th, 14th and 15th).

Twenty-minute contributed talks are invited. Abstracts (in latex format) should be e-mailed to Dr. Ebrahim Salehi with the words "MCCCC Abstract" in the subject header. The submitted abstracts are not refereed at this stage, and the authors are solely responsible for the claims made in their abstracts. Please do not mail or fax your abstracts. There will be a session for student research papers where students can present their work. Professors will also have an opportunity to present open research projects suitable for students in this session. If you would like your presentation to be part of the student research session, please mention this in the email.

Please include the following information with your abstract: title, author(s) with the presenter marked by an asterisk (*), and affiliation and e-mail address of the presenter only.

MCCCC is held once a year, usually in October. The conference features 20 min contributed talks and hour long invited presentations spanned over a 2 to 3 day period of time. Authors may submit their papers to Dr. Dinesh Sarvate, for possible publication in a special issue of the Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing (JCMCC) after presenting at the conference. All papers will be subject to the normal refereeing standards and procedure of the Journal.


Another conference in the area is the Clemson mini-conference, which takes place right before the MCCCC.

Right after MCCCC, in October, University of South Carolina will be hosting the
 Mini-conference on Applied Combinatorics with an emphasis on Search Theory.

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