Centrality in Graphs with Applications to the Theory of Location of Facilities
Dates: July 16 - July 23, 2003
(A break day will be provided in between the program schedule)
This conference exposes faculty teaching undergraduates to the mathematical sciences research enterprise by introducing them to a current research topic relevant to the classroom through a series of lectures by a leading expert and involving them in writing materials useful in the classroom. Participants have the possibility of following up by preparing these materials for publication in the DIMACS Educational Modules Series.
The workshop offers the opportunity for junior faculty as well as mid-level and senior faculty to advance to research questions in a new area of the mathematical sciences. Participants will also acquire materials and gain ideas for seminar presentations and for undergraduate research projects.
This conference is also aimed at reconnecting faculty to the mathematical sciences research enterprise by involving them in a leading research center which is a consortium of Princeton University, Rutgers University, AT&T Labs, Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies, NEC Research and Telcordia Technologies. There will be opportunities to follow up after the conference by getting connected to DIMACS researchers and other DIMACS programs throughout the year.
PRINCIPAL LECTURER and TOPIC:
K. Brooks Reid, California State University San Marcos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Centrality in Graphs with Applications to the Theory of Location of Facilities (click title for more information on this topic)
F.R. McMorris, Illinois Institute of Technology (email@example.com)
Fred S. Roberts, Rutgers University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sessions will be held at Illinois Institute of Technology, in Chicago, IL.
FUNDS for LODGING, MEALS, and TRAVEL:
Lodging and meals will be provided through anticipated NSF funding. Limited funds are expected to be available for travel awards.
WHO MAY APPLY?
Anyone may apply. Please apply for any one of the conferences or all of them (however, you must apply separately for each of the programs). Preference will be given to faculty whose primary job is undergraduate teaching. Two-year college faculty are welcome to apply. Faculty from groups under-represented in mathematics are encouraged to apply.
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To receive more information contact F.R. McMorris, Reconnect Satellite Program Director, or telephone: (312) 567-8981.
Reconnect Satellite Program Director
Department of Applied Mathematics
Illinois Institute of Technology
10 West 32nd Street
E1, Room 208
Chicago, IL 60616-3793 USA
To view the 2003 Satellite Reconnect Programs, please visit the following program web pages:
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