- A 5-day meeting, involving expository lectures and shorter contributed talks, took place at The Crown Hotel in Napier 18-22 February 2008. From the schedule for the meeting you can download the slides for most of the talks.
- An instructional meeting on randomised algorithms took place in Christchurch on Sunday 7 December, 2008.
- Another meeting took place in Christchurch as a special session of the 7th Australia - New Zealand Mathematics Convention 8-12 December, 2008.
Regular seminar series are held by
- The Otago Computer Science Theory Group
- The Auckland Centre for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science
If you would like to list a seminar series here please email Mike Atkinson
A programme of public lectures and talks at schools is planned.
Visits by overseas researchers
If you would like to list an overseas visitor here please email Mike Atkinson
A 5-day meeting, involving expository lectures and shorter contributed talks (see the Scientific programme, the list of abstracts and the schedule), will take place at The Crown Hotel (corner of Bridge Street and Hardinge Road) in the Ahuriri suburb of Napier 18-22 February 2008.
The Crown Hotel is a 5-star art deco hotel. Accommodation is available at The Crown Hotel itself and there are a number of close by alternatives.
- Harbour View Motor Lodge (across the road from the Crown Hotel)
- Portside Inn Backpackers Lodge (a 2 minute walk)
- Anchorage Motor Lodge (10 minute walk past the fishing boats)
Since accommodation in Napier in February is in hot demand we recommend that participants book early.
Further information about Napier may be found at the Visitor Information Centre.
The conference dinner will take place at the Church Road Winery on Thursday 21 February.
To register for the meeting please go to our registration page and payment page and follow the instructions there. The registration fee for the meeting will be $150 (free for students) and the conference dinner will be $50.
This meeting has now taken place. Here is a photo of the participants.
We managed to video-tape many of the lectures and have produced files in mp4 format that you may download from our video-link page.