Rochester Institute of Technology is proud to host the Nineteenth Midwest Conference on Combinatorics, Cryptography and Computing, co-sponsored by the College of Science and the Golisano College of Computing & Information Sciences.

Registration and  complimentary banquet dinner  at the Tandoor of India (376 Jefferson Road) will be held on Friday night, October 07 at 6 p.m. Conference talks are scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Other meals during the conference can be taken at the Café & Market at the Crossroads, which is within walking distance of (next-door to) Golisano College. They accept cash, and all major credit cards. Information about Crossroads Cafe can It can be found online by clicking here


For a PDF of the conference poster (flyer sized), click here.


To download a PDF version of the conference schedule, click on the PDF icon below.


Twenty-minute contributed talks are invited. Abstracts should be e-mailed to Dr. Ebrahim Salehi with the words "MCCCC Abstract" in the subject header. Contributed talks should be submitted no later than  September 28,  2005. LaTeX is preferred but other electronic formats are acceptable. If it is not possible to send the abstract electronically, mail or fax a typed copy to

19th MCCCC
Attention: Ebrahim Salehi
Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Nevada Las Vegas
Las Vegas NV 89154-4020
FAX: (702)895-4343

Please include the following information with your abstract: title, author(s) with the presenter marked by an asterisk (*), and affiliation and e-mail address of the presenter.

Authors will have the option of submitting papers based on the conference talks to the Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing (JCMCC). A specific volume will be set aside for all such papers that are accepted. All the papers will be subject to the normal refereeing standards and procedure of the Journal, except that survey papers by the invited speakers only, are also considered.

We follow the Math model (submission AFTER the conference), not the CS model, and arrangements will be announced at the conference.

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