COMBINATORIAL MATRIX THEORY
Jan. 14 - Jan. 17, 2002
POSTECH, Pohang, Korea
Registration and Abstract was Due on JULY 31, 2001. Last updated 2001
For the late registration and participation from Korea : Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
* Conference Poster * Current Wheather Map in Korea
Combinatorics, Combinatorial Matrix Theory and related areas of Computational and core Matrix Theory.
Combinatorial and Computational Mathematics Center at Pohang University of Science and Technology (Com^2 MaC), a science research center funded by Korean Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF), is organizing the conference to bring together researchers with interests in the interactions between combinatorics and matrix theory. It is anticipated that the conference will provide a forum for interaction between a broad group of scientists and engineers with diverse interests in combinatorics and matrix theory.
*Chair : Richard A. Brualdi (U of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, email@example.com)
Suk-Geun Hwang (Kyungpook U, Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org)
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Arnold Krauter(U of Leoben, Austria, email@example.com)
Bryan Shader(U of Wyoming, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Local Coordinator at Postech
Prof. HyunKwang Kim (Postech, Korea, +82-54-279-2049, email@example.com)
At the Pohang Airport, take a taxi (costs about $8) and tell your driver "I want to go Postech, Graduate School for Information Technology (CMT Conference Site)". If you find any difficulty, call (HP) 011-9795-3561 at the airport. We will answer you.
There will be the Registration desk and Campus phone with contact numbers from Jan. 13th to 17th at the 1st floor of "Graduate School for Information Technology (Conference Site)". If you come to this desk any time in Jan. 13 and 14, you can pick up your room key and we will try to give you a ride to your room.
We will try to have a fairly wide geographical distribution of speakers who are doing significant work in combinatorial matrix theory, and who could benefit from interaction at a conference.
Steve Kirkland (Plenary), (University of Regina, Canada, firstname.lastname@example.org), "An Approach to Algebraic Connectivity Via Nonnegative Matrices "
Kazuyoshi Okubo (Hokkaido Univ. of Education, Japan,
email@example.com ), "Rank reducing matrix norms"
Jason Zhongshan Li (Georgia State Univ. USA, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "Inertia Sets of Symmetric Sign Pattern Matrices"
Chan Onn (Singapore Nat. Univ., email@example.com ) "Immanantal Polynomials of Laplacian Matrices"
Bit-Shun Tam (Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan firstname.lastname@example.org),"Graphs for cone-preserving map revisited"
Miroslav Fiedler (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Rep.,email@example.com), "Basic matrices"
Bolian Liu (South China Normal University, Guangzhou, China, firstname.lastname@example.org), " Generalized exponents of Boolean matrices"
Qiao Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, email@example.com), "An Approach to Solving $A^k=J-I$" *
Willem Haemers (Katholieke Univ Brabant, Tilbug, Netherlands, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "Which graphs are determined by their spectrum?"
Ian Wanless (Oxford Univ., U.K., email@example.com ), " Permanents and Rook Polynomials"
Richard Brualdi (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA firstname.lastname@example.org), "Linear Preservers and Diagonal Hypergraphs"
Arnold Kraeuter (University of Leoben, Austria email@example.com) " Bounds for the permanent of nonnegative matrices"
Bryan Shader (Univ. of Wyoming, USA firstname.lastname@example.org), "Exponents of tuples of nonnegative matrices"
Charles Johnson (College of William and Mary, USA, email@example.com), "A Review of Spectral Theory for Real Symmetric Matrices With a Given Graph"
Daniel Hershkowitz (Technion, Israel, hershkow@TECHUNIX.TECHNION.AC.IL )
Jennifer Seberry (University of Wollongong, Australia, firstname.lastname@example.org )
REGISTERED SPEAKERS (by Nov. 20th)
Andrew Vince (University of Florida, USA, email@example.com) "Graph Recurrence"
Leslie Hogben (Iowa State Univ., USA, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "The Matrix Completion Problems for Pairs of Related Classes of Matrices (revised)"
SAT^O Kenzi (Department of Mathematics, Tamagawa University, Japan, email@example.com ) "Free Groups on Spheres"
Xingzhi Zhan (Peking Univ, now at Tohoku University, Japan, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "On permutations of matrix entries"
Tsuyoshi Ando (Hokusei Gakuen Univ., Japan, email@example.com ) " Maximal set of matrices with same inertia"
Gasparyan (Program Systems Institute of RAS, Research
Centre of Multiprocessor Systems, Yaroslavl Region, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
) "Multidimensional Matrix Networks: A new Approach to Combinatorial Problems"
Carlos Martins da Fonseca (Universidade de Coimbra, PORTUGAL, email@example.com) On the path polynomial of some matrices"
Susana Furtado (Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "Spectral Variation under Congruence"
Gi-Sang Cheon ( Daejin Univ., Korea, email@example.com ) "Sparsity of orthogonal matrices with both a row and a column of nonzero entries"
Rosario Fernandes (Centro de Estruturas Lineares e Combinatorias, Portugal, firstname.lastname@example.org) "Pairs of matrices that have the same immanant"
Gwang-Yeon Lee (HanSeo Univ., Korea, email@example.com ) "The Linear Algebra of the k-Fibonacci matrix"Mikhail Shchukin (Belarusian State University, Minsk, firstname.lastname@example.org ), " The minimal number of idempotent generators for certain matrix algebras"
Sang-Gu Lee (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea, email@example.com) "New JAVA Applets for matrix theory"
Ran Back (Honam Univ, Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "An Analysis of Parallel Algorithms of the Eigenproblem for symmetric toeplitz matrices"
In-Jae Kim (Univ. of Wyoming, USA, email@example.com), "The maximum spread over the class of symmetric $(0,1)$-matrices"
Uriel G. Rothblum ( Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Israel, firstname.lastname@example.org), "Partition Polytopes"
Suk-Geun Hwang (Kyungpook National Univ., Korea email@example.com), "Marices determined by a linear recurrence relation among entries"
Ji Young Choi (Iowa State University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "The P_0-matrix Completion Problem"
Seok-Zun Song (Cheju National Univ., Korea, email@example.com) "The extremal values of permanent of (0,1)-matrices"
Michael Maduka (P.O. Box 1844, Awka, Anambra State, NIGERIA, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yumi Rho (SNU, Korea, email@example.com),"Matrix Arithmetic and Related Questions"
Han-Guk Seol (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org ), "Principally Centrogonal matrices"
Cora Neal (Weber State Univ. USA, CoraNeal@aol.com ) "2-Primitivity of Tournaments"
Mark Holver Siggers (Emory Univ., USA, email@example.com )
Jin-Soo Kim (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org )Kil-Chan Ha (National Security Research Institute in ETRI, Taejon, Korea, email@example.com)
Ik-Pyo Kim (Kyungpook. N. Univ., firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yunsun Nam (Samsung Advanced Research Institute, Korea, email@example.com )
Geum Suk Hwang ( Pusan Univ. of Foreign Study, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Young PARK (Kyungpook National Univ.,Korea, email@example.com)
Myeong-Sook Cho (Kyungpook National Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Jeong-Hwa Kim (Kyungpook National Univ., Korea, email@example.com )
Eun-Kyoung Park (Kyungpook National
Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Se-Hoon Kim (Kyungpook National Univ., Korea, email@example.com )
Duk-Sun Kim (Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Kyung Sik Choi (Kyungpook National Univ., Korea, email@example.com)
Kyung-Rok Seo (Kyungpook National
Univ., Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Min Ae Jin (Yenben Univ, China and Sungkyunkwan Univ., Korea, email@example.com)
Arnold Krauter(U of Leoben, Austria, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bryan Shader(U of Wyoming, USA, email@example.com)
Han-Hyuk Cho(Seoul University, Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org)
HyunKwang Kim (Postech, Korea, email@example.com, Local Coordinator at Postech)
Sang-Gu Lee(Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea, firstname.lastname@example.org)
CALL FOR PAPERS
The program will consist of an hour or forty minutes-long invited lectures, and 25 minutes contributed talks.
Abstracts, at most one page and typed in English, related to the topics of the conference are invited by July 31, 2001. The abstract should include: names(s) of author(s), affiliation(s), address of the contact person, phone and fax number, e-mail address . Authors are kindly requested to submit their abstracts via e-mail in LaTex (or AMS Tex) to Prof. Sang-Gu Lee at contact address below.
Combinatorial and Computational Math Center
Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology (POSTECH)
Notification of acceptance of papers for presentation
at the conference will be given by September 1, 2001.
Participants presenting papers are invited to
submit them for possible publication in a special issue of the international
Linear Algebra and Its Applications (LAA)
to one of the special editors: Suk-Geun Hwang, Arnold Kraeuter, Bryan Shader, and Jia-yu Shao. Papers will be refereed in accordance with the normal high standards of LAA. April 30, 2002 is the deadline for papers to be submitted to one of the special editors.
Participants are kindly asked to return the enclosed form as soon as possible, and before July 31, 2001, either via e-mail or via fax or via postal mail.
[Use "Cut and Paste" to fill out the form.] For the late registration : contact e-mail : email@example.com Fax : 82-31-290-7033
Mailing address : Co-Organizer (INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on COMBINATORIAL MATRIX THEORY), Department of Mathematics, College of Science, SungKyunKwan University Suwon 440-746, KOREA.
The conference early
will be US$100
or Korean 130,000
or Korean 65,000Won for student
s ). Please
make a cashier's check or money order payable to Com2Mac. 0r transfer
to Seoul Bank 서울은행
52004-0053604 이상구 교수)
An excursion to Kyongju will take place on Wednesday afternoon. Kyungju was the capital of Shilla Kingtom (57 BC - 935 AD) and is Korea's tourist Meca. The cost for the excursion including transportation, entrance fees, and dinner is US$50. Nearby Attractions
(1) Hotels in Pohang city
Space in nearby hotel has been reserved for participants at a discount rate (US$45-60 per night).* Royal Cignus Tourist Hotel, (+82-54)275-2000, 112 rooms
* Olimpus Tourist Hotel (+82-54)241-6001, 61 rooms, Pohang Beach Tourist Hotel (+82-562)241-1401, 47 rooms,
* Sun Prince Tourist Hotel (+82-54)242-2800, 30 rooms,
(2) University Accomodations
The University Young-Il Dae Hilton Hotel, SangNam Guest house and dormitory rooms of POSTECH are available to participants at much lower rate (US$5-35 per night). We now try to hold as many as possible rooms in the campus.). You may visit the web site.(Details will be added). We will provide the exact prices and other info with our formal invitation letter to you in early Oct. After you are informed those informations, we will be able to reserve a room of your choice upon your request.
Pohang Culture &Public Information section (+82-562-245-6062, 6616)
City : http://city.pohang.kyongbuk.kr/english/f-introduce.htm
University : http://www.postech.ac.kr/e/
Housing : http://www.postech.ac.kr/e/guide_page/housing_related_services.html
CONFERENCE WEB PAGE
The web site of the conference contains up-to-date information including electronic
forms for submission of individual presentations.
Local Information for Visitors:
Province Info http://www.kyongbuktour.or.kr/eng/index.html
City Info. http://city.pohang.kyongbuk.kr/english/f-introduce.htm
More to come ...
International Travel & Visas:
Visitors to Korea from some countries require visas. If you are in doubt, please contact the Korean Consulate http://www.koreanconsulate.org/eindex.htm nearest you. .
Please Visit the cite "KOREA".
At the Pohang Airport, take a taxi and tell your driver "I want to go Postech, Graduate School for Information Technology (CMT Conference Site)". If you find any difficulty, call (H.P.) 011-9795-3561
There will be the Registration desk and Campus phone with contact numbers from Jan. 13th to 17th at the 1st floor of "Graduate School for Information Technology (Conference Site)". If you come to this desk any time from Jan. 13, you can pick up your room key and we will try to give you a ride to your room.
Conference Registration Form
(Please send the following form through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org AND airmail your check to Co-Organizer (INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on COMBINATORIAL MATRIX THEORY), Department of Mathematics, College of Science, SungKyunKwan University Suwon 440-746, KOREA. )
First Name _______________________________________________ Last Name _______________________________________________ Institution & Department _________________________________ Office Address ___________________________________________ City/State/Zip ____________________________________________ Office Phone ___________________ Home Phone __________________ EMAIL Address _____________________________________________ Registration Fee: Circle appropriate charges and please make a cashier's check or money order payable to Com2Mac. 1. US$100 ( ) or Korean 130,000 Won 2. Only for Student US$50 ( ) or Korean 65,000 Won 5. EXCURSION Tickets US$50 ( ) Total Amount Due ........................ US$ _______ * If you give a talk: Title of your Talk : ____________________________________________ Abstract of your Talk : _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ( Or in LaTex file of your abstract)
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[Who liked to be with us]
T. S. Michael (U.S. Naval Academy, USA, email@example.com),
Hans Schneider (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org),
Prasad Tetali (Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, USA email@example.com),
Yang Yu (Caltech, Pasadena, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Fuzhen Zhang (Nova Southeastern Univ, FL., USA, email@example.com )
Ching-I Hsin (Minghsin Institute of Technology, Taiwan, firstname.lastname@example.org ) "Matrices similar to irreducible ones" (Cancelled)
Nabil Moussa (The American University in Cairo, Egypt) "An Algorithm for a Maintenance and Replacement Model"
Yuan Hong, Quingde Kang, Nabil Moussa