The McGill Spring School in Graph Theory is organized by CARP and will take place at McGill University in Montreal from June 11 to July 6, 2012. The school will consist of (i) two intensive 10 lecture series in the first two weeks, by Bruce Reed on graph colouring via the probabilistic method and Louigi Addario-Berry on random walks on graphs, and (ii) the 2012 SMS in the second two weeks, with series of talks by a list of internationally renowned invited speakers. For more information, see the sections on courses and speakers.
The courses may be taken for academic credit by students at any Canadian university. In each course, students taking the course for credit will be required to attend specified relevant lectures from SMS speakers. For information on how to enroll for the courses, click here.
Information for participantsThere is information on how to get from the airport to the residences, and from the residences to McGill, on the accommodation and travel pages. The schedule is now available, as well as a list of participants. You can find a McGill campus map here.
Internet access at Université de Montréal: UdeM uses eduroam. If your home institution is also part of the eduroam network, you should be able to connect to the eduroam wifi network over most of the campus using the email address and password from your account at your home institution. There is also wifi available as part of your SMS subscription via the network "UdeM non securise".
The first Montreal Spring School in Graph Theory took place in May 2010. The web site for that event can be found here.