SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM22)
Carnegie Mellon University
Jared L. Cohon University Center
5032 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
The Cohon Center is located on Forbes Avenue between the Purnell Center for the Arts and Gesling Stadium. The East Campus Parking Garage is the nearest parking facility. Visit Carnegie Mellon University parking services page for more information.
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Standard Audio-visual Set-up in Meeting Rooms
SIAM does not provide computers. When giving an electronic presentation, speakers must provide their own computers. SIAM is not responsible for the safety and security of speakers’ computers.
A data (LCD) projector and screen will be provided in all technical session meeting rooms. The data projectors support both VGA and HDMI connections. Presenters requiring an alternate connection must provide their own adaptor.
All speakers should review SIAM’s Audio-Visual Policy prior to the pre-registration deadline.
Eduroam is available. Participants can request guest access at the registration desk onsite. Details and instructions will be given individually.
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The average June temperature in Pittsburgh varies between 60° F (15.5°C) and 80° F (26.6°C). Remember meeting room temperatures and personal comfort zones vary widely. It is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the sessions.
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Letter of Invitation
Confirmed authors in need of a Letter of Invitation to assist in the visa application process, please fill out the Letter of Invitation Request Form. Please allow three to four weeks for processing and delivery.
If you are not planning to present at the conference or are not yet an accepted author and need a letter of invitation before acceptance notifications are sent, please fill out the Letter of Invitation Request Form AND provide the following information to SIAM Conferences:
- Brief curriculum vita (including your date of birth and a list of publications over the past 3 years.)
- Brief statement why attending this conference would help your research and career.
- Letter of recommendation. Have a senior person (e.g. Ph.D. advisor, head of department, president of a mathematical society) write a brief letter of recommendation on appropriate letterhead. This letter is not needed if you have a minimum of twelve entries in MathSciNet or other suitable professional database. If you are using MathSciNet, please state so and include your “MR Author ID” in your message to [email protected]. If using another professional database, provide the name of the database and associated ID or URL in your message to [email protected].