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BEAM (Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics) is an organization which helps underserved students enter advanced study in mathematics. Through BEAM, I've taught lots of cool math to middle schoolers. Please check BEAM out!
Math research tools I use
- Google and Wikipedia
- MathOverflow and Math Stack Exchange
- MathSciNet and Zentralblatt
- Google Scholar
- Library Genesis
- OEIS and FindStat
- Sage and CoCalc
FPSAC (Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics) is the premier annual international conference in algebraic combinatorics. I have been to many FPSACs.
AlCoVE: an Algebraic Combinatorics Virtual Expedition is a new online algebraic combinatorics conference series which I also really like.
I made the website for the Open Problems in Algebraic Combinatorics conference which took place in May of 2022 at the University of Minnesota. I also am a moderator for the associated Open Problems in Algebraic Combinatorics blog.
Open access journals in combinatorics
There are several online, open access journals in combinatorics. I especially like:
- The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
- Algebraic Combinatorics ("flipped" from Journal of Algebraic Combinatorics)
- Combinatorial Theory ("flipped" from Journal of Combinatorial Theory: Series A)
The latter two are supported by The Combinatorics Consortium. Some other good open access journals in combinatorics and related areas include:
- The Australasian Journal of Combinatorics
- Advances in Combinatorics
- Discrete Analysis
- Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science
- Enumerative Combinatorics and Applications
Consider submitting your combinatorics paper to one of these open access journals.
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