Indiana University, Bloomington

May 6, 2006 (Saturday)

Distinguished Invited Lecture:
Prof. Fan Chung Graham
Akamai Professor of Internet Mathematics
University of California at San Diego


Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 11:50:26 -0500 (EST)
To: "May 6, 2006 - 52nd Midwest Theory Day"
Subject: Invitation to the 52nd MTD (May 6, 2006, in Bloomington, IN)

Greetings and a wonderful day to everybody:

You are cordially invited to the 52nd Midwest Theory Day which will be hosted by Indiana University Bloomington, on Saturday May 6, 2006.

Prof. Fan Chung Graham will be our distinguished guest for this Midwest Theory Day and she has kindly accepted to give an invited presentation.

Midwest Theory Day (MTD) is a conference held twice a year, usually on a Saturday in April and a Saturday in December, hosted by a school in the Midwest. Anyone interested in theoretical computer science is welcome to attend. Talks are scheduled so that it is often possible to come, attend all of the talks, and return on the same day. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal. There is no registration fee and there are no proceedings.

Faculty and graduate students are invited to give a talk on their original research. Any topic related to theoretical computer science (taken in the broadest possible sense) is welcome. If you'd like to give a talk, please send a tentative title to Adrian German ( If you plan to attend please RSVP to the same address (or just reply to this message).

The schedule of confirmed talks, with abstracts, will be posted to

More information, including travel directions, to be made available on these web pages soon.

This was the first call for papers. The second call for papers can be found here.