The 30th annual Cumberland Conference was held May 19–20, 2018 at Marshall University. The conference included talks in combinatorics, graph theory, and associated areas of computer science, as well as providing a setting for collaboration. The conference was supported through a grant from the US National Science Foundation (DMS-1822390) and by Marshall University.
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Schedule of Talks
Talks were in Smith Hall, building 17 on the campus map. The closest parking lot is directly across 3rd Avenue, on the corner of Hal Green Blvd (16th Street).
- Charlie Colbourn, Arizona State University, “Asymptotic and constructive bounds for sequence covering arrays”
- Patricia Hersh, North Carolina State University, “Posets arising as 1-skeleta of simple polytopes, diameter bounds on polytopes, and poset topology”
- Greg Warrington, University of Vermont, “Quasisymmetric functions in algebraic combinatorics”
- Michael Young, Iowa State University, “Polychromatic colorings of hypercubes and integers”
- Jiyoon Jung, Marshall University
- Carl Mummert, Marshall University
- Elizabeth Niese, Marshall University
- Michael Schroeder, Marshall University