The 23rd Cumberland Conference

The series of Cumberland Conferences on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing was begun with the intention of meeting a regional need. The conferences bring together internationally known researchers, university and college professors from throughout the southeastern region, some industrial mathematicians and computer scientists, graduate students in these fields, and some undergraduate students. Particular efforts are made to include faculty and students from smaller institutions throughout the region. These conferences are typically held during the month of May, immediately after the end of the spring semester, and the location rotates among universities in the Cumberland region (see list below).

Previous Cumberland Conferences

1. (1988) Tennessee Tech
2. (1989) Memphis State University
3. (1990) University of Louisville
4. (1991) Emory University
5. (1992) Rhodes College
6. (1993) East Tennessee State University
7. (1994) University of Alabama in Huntsville
8. (1995) Vanderbilt University
9. (1996) University of Mississippi
10. (1997) Emory University
11. (1998) East Tennessee State University
12. (1999) University of Louisville
13. (2000) University of Alabama in Huntsville
14. (2001) University of Memphis
15. (2002) University of Mississippi
16. (2003) Georgia State University
17. (2004) Middle Tennessee State University
18. (2005) University of Alabama in Huntsville
19. (2006) East Tennessee State University
20. (2007) Emory University
21. (2008) Vanderbilt University
22. (2009) Western Kentucky University