MIdwest GrapH TheorY Conference

October 22 - 23 (Friday - Saturday), 2010

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Wisconsin - Superior (UWS) and Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) are proud to host the 50th MIGHTY conference in Fall 2010 at the UWS campus.

MIGHTY L will follow the International Workshop on Graph Labelings 2010 to be held at the UMD campus on October 20 - 22, 2010. Driving time between the campuses is within 30 minutes in a local traffic.

Program, Abstracts, Participants

MIGHTY-50 group photo

Invited Speaker:

Alexandr Kostochka (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Contributed Talks:

Talks will be 15 minutes long, plus about 5 minutes for questions. We welcome submissions on any topic in discrete mathematics. Following an old MIGHTY tradition, we encourage talks on work-in-progress, as well as presentations of finished work.

Deadline for abstract submission: October 8, 2010.

Please submit your abstract by email to Uwe Leck in any reasonable format (Tex, MS-Word, plain text, etc., but not PDF). Make to sure to mention


As usual registration is free. However we ask that you register by email to Uwe Leck by October 15. In the email please give



Conference events:


There will be provided a digital projector (with computer, Windows), an overhead projector, and a whiteboard. Connecting your own computer to the digital projector is also possible.

Maps and directions:


We reserved several rooms in Barkers Island Inn hotel for the nights Oct 22&23. The reservations there must be done by Oct. 14 and you need to tell the hotel that you are under the "Mighty-50". The hotel is about 1.5 miles away from the UWS Campus. Less expensive hotels/motels are also available in the area and can be easily found with Google.


Parking on campus is free after 4:30pm on working days and all day on weekends. However, the campus is ticketing for overnight parking without a permission. We recommend to use parking lots 7 or 2 which are closest ones to the conference building (marked as YU on the map).

Local attractions: