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LSE/Queen Mary colloquia

The joint LSE/QM colloquia began as a series of annual combinatorics meetings at the University of Reading in 1970. 

The meetings were were originally organised by David Daykin and subsequently by Anthony Hilton and Crispin Nash-Williams. 

This series evolved into two paired one-day colloquia on consecutive days in May at the LSE and Queen Mary, when Anthony Hilton moved to Queen Mary. The first LSE/QM colloquia took place in 2007 and were jointly organised by Anthony Hilton and Robert Johnson at Queen Mary and Graham Brightwell at LSE.

You can find out more about the colloquia, and find links to previous colloquia on the LSE website here.