What is it?

The applied combinatorics graduate summer school is a two week program for Canadian and international students. The core of the program is four minicourses on different applications of combinatorics in the sciences. There will also be exploration sessions and open problems. The goal of the program is to give students state of the art knowledge of combinatorial techniques and combinatorial problems in physics, chemistry and biology. Application Information. Facebook event page.


This summer school is a part of the PIMS applied combinatorics collaborative research group. The summer school organizers and leaders of the collaborative research group are Marni Mishna, Andrew Rechnitzer, Chris Soteros, and Karen Yeats.


Accepted external students will receive housing and partial travel assistance.