The Third International Conference 
    on Permutation Patterns


Related Events
Local Info

  The third international conference on Permutation Patterns will take place at the University of Florida, in Gainesville, Florida, March 7-11, 2005. The keynote speaker will be Doron Zeilberger .
Speakers who present papers not previously published will be invited to submit their articles to a refereed special issue of Advances in Applied Mathematics.

People who want to submit their paper to the special issue can already send it to Miklos Bona at

The unifying theme of the conference is permutation patterns.The topics addressed will include enumeration questions, excluded pattern questions, study of the involvement order, algorithms for computing with permutation patterns, applications and generalizations of permutation patterns, and others. 
Extended abstracts (at most 6 pages) of papers to be presented at the conference should be sent to Alexander Burstein,, by 15 January 2005. 
Mailing list: People who want to be put on our mailing list should contact Sophie Huczynska at
A limited amount of funding is available for speakers. Please send a brief statement, detailing the expenses, the time to be spent in Gainesville, and the title of the talk, to, by December 31, 2004.

We are thankful for the financial support of the National Science Foundation, the Department of Mathematics, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Florida.

Last modified:  6 February, 2005