GASCom 2010

September 2, 3 and 4, 2010

Montréal, UQAM

This is the seventh conference in a series initiated in 1994 in Bordeaux (France). The conference topic is the random and exhaustive generation of combinatorial objects and bijective combinatorics with focus on theoretical approaches. In particular, the combinatorial, algebraic and algorithmic aspects are emphasized. Relations with other parts of mathematics, combinatorics, computer algebra, computer science, physics and biology are considered. The topics of the conference are the following:

  • Random and exhaustive Generation of Combinatorial Objects
  • Enumerative, Algebraic and Bijective Combinatorics
  • Tilings

The conference is preceded by Sage Day 25.5: Introduction to Sage and Combinatorics, on September 1st.

Invited Speakers

Dominique Gouyou-Beauchamps, Paris-Sud (France)

Elena Barcucci, Florence (Italy)

Frank Ruskey, Victoria (Canada)

Timothy Walsh, Montréal (Canada)

Important dates

June 14, 2010 : Extended abstract submission

June 18, 2010 : Author notification

August 8, 2010 : Late date for Registration

September 3, 2010 : Social dinner

Organizing Committee

Srecko Brlek (General chair)

Christophe Reutenauer (General co-chair)

Alexandre Blondin-Massé, Sébastien Labbé (Publicity)

Ariane Garon (local arrangements)

Lise Tourigny (secretary)

Jérôme Tremblay (technical support)

Scientific committee

Srecko Brlek (LaCIM, Université du Québec à Montréal)

Jean-Marc Fédou (Université de Sophia Antipolis Nice)

Renzo Pinzani (Università degli Studi di Firenze)

Christophe Reutenauer (LaCIM, Université du Québec à Montréal)

Gilles Schaeffer (Lix, Palaiseau)

Vincent Vajnovszki (Université de Bourgogne, Dijon)

Registration instructions

The early registration includes the proceedings, coffee breaks and social activities.

    early, before August 8, 2010 : 100,00 C$ (50,00 C$ for students)
    late, after August 8, 2010 : 150,00 C$ (100,00 C$ for students)

An additional 70 C$ will be charged for the social dinner, which will take place Friday September 3, 2010, at the "Hôtel de l'Institut".

Participants are invited to register electronically on this website.

Proceedings and special issue

Accepted contributions will be electronically published and distributed to participants on electronic media. A special issue of an international journal is also planned. Details will be provided during the conference.


Lodging directory of B&B, Small Hotels, Grand Hotels and Appartment Hotels within a walking distance from the conference site.


The program of the conference talks is now available here.


The talks will be given in room SH-3420 of the Sherbrooke Building of UQAM.

Reception of participants and coffee breaks will be held in room SH-3580 of the same building.